1935 AUBURN FUEL PUMP

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16 Aug 2003 13:33 #637 by rshore
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GREETINGS!
DOES ANYONE KNOW IF THERE IS A NEWER REPLACEMENT
OR WHERE TO FIND A FUEL PUMP FOR 1935 AUBURN S/C.
IF NOT WHERE ONE CAN BE RE-BUILT.
THANKS.... :)

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17 Aug 2003 23:56 #640 by balinwire
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Randy,
Check the #'s on the casting side. If it is a 9837 I do have one.

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18 Aug 2003 21:15 #657 by PushnFords
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Randy Shore wrote: GREETINGS!
DOES ANYONE KNOW IF THERE IS A NEWER REPLACEMENT
OR WHERE TO FIND A FUEL PUMP FOR 1935 AUBURN S/C.
IF NOT WHERE ONE CAN BE RE-BUILT.
THANKS.... :)


Auburn/Cord Parts in Wellington, KS rebuilts many components including fuel pumps. Or you can buy the kit from them and have a local restoration shop do it. Just make sure it is someone familiar with classics and not street rods.

Derek

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19 Aug 2003 14:55 #669 by rshore
rshore replied the topic: auburn fuel pump
fuel pump is still mounted on car.. so the best i can see
there isnt a 9837 on it...but i can see stewart-warner p-62005
not sure if its original.


just recvd a new parts catalog from auburn-cord

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thanks

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