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    They are all AC brand fuel pumps: 9304, 9785, 9647.............Brad

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    I believe that all V-8 Stude pumps were Carters, unless the early top mounted ones were AC, so that rules those out... without looking in any books, I think the sixes and maybe also the 56J used AC pumps.

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      I believe that all V-8 Stude pumps were Carters, unless the early top mounted ones were AC, so that rules those out... without looking in any books, I think the sixes and maybe also the 56J used AC pumps.

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      • #4
        Those numbers are all manufacturer's numbers, so we can't look em up in our Stude. parts books, only a re-builder or fuel pump pro would know. UNLESS you show us GOOD pic's of em! [:0]

        Do they have a long or short actuating lever?

        StudeRich
        Studebakers Northwest
        Ferndale, WA
        StudeRich
        Second Generation Stude Driver,
        Proud '54 Starliner Owner



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        • #5
          Those numbers are all manufacturer's numbers, so we can't look em up in our Stude. parts books, only a re-builder or fuel pump pro would know. UNLESS you show us GOOD pic's of em! [:0]

          Do they have a long or short actuating lever?

          StudeRich
          Studebakers Northwest
          Ferndale, WA
          StudeRich
          Second Generation Stude Driver,
          Proud '54 Starliner Owner



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          • #6
            Actually I believe if you look in the "gasoline system" section of the FSM it will give you at least some the pump numbers. Unfortunately I only have my late manual handy, and the only number it gives me is for the V-8, which is Carter M-2573-S.

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            • #7
              Actually I believe if you look in the "gasoline system" section of the FSM it will give you at least some the pump numbers. Unfortunately I only have my late manual handy, and the only number it gives me is for the V-8, which is Carter M-2573-S.

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              • #8
                I was hoping someone would have an old AC brand catalog. They appear to have short actuators, glass bowls, and a strong resemblance to Stude. pumps...........Brad

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                • #9
                  I was hoping someone would have an old AC brand catalog. They appear to have short actuators, glass bowls, and a strong resemblance to Stude. pumps...........Brad

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                  • #10
                    quote:Originally posted by bradnree

                    They are all AC brand fuel pumps: 9304, 9785, 9647.............Brad
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                    Haven't found 9304 yet. Sure it isn't 4304?
                    9647 fits Stude V8 1951-54
                    9785 fits Ford V8 1951-53
                    PS: Okay, I did find 9304. Took some searching because it wasn't a current number even in the '63 catalog. It fits late 1935 to early 1938 Buick Series 40.


                    Dwain G.

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                    • #11
                      quote:Originally posted by bradnree

                      They are all AC brand fuel pumps: 9304, 9785, 9647.............Brad
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                      Haven't found 9304 yet. Sure it isn't 4304?
                      9647 fits Stude V8 1951-54
                      9785 fits Ford V8 1951-53
                      PS: Okay, I did find 9304. Took some searching because it wasn't a current number even in the '63 catalog. It fits late 1935 to early 1938 Buick Series 40.


                      Dwain G.

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                      • #12
                        Dwain: Thanks for all of your help. I am retired and have a "retirement" shop. People come to the door with parts they are cleaning out of their house and give them to me or charge very little. I can identfy them and pass them on, sort of a recycling effort. I am on a highway where 9,000 cars a day pass by. It kills me to see the "scrappers" go by with classics on their trailers. They don't even pull tail lights or whatever. I understand some steel scrap businesses are now setting aside the classics for people to buy as they can get more money for them than for scrap. Thanks again for all of your efforts...........Brad Atchison Kansas

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                        • #13
                          Dwain: Thanks for all of your help. I am retired and have a "retirement" shop. People come to the door with parts they are cleaning out of their house and give them to me or charge very little. I can identfy them and pass them on, sort of a recycling effort. I am on a highway where 9,000 cars a day pass by. It kills me to see the "scrappers" go by with classics on their trailers. They don't even pull tail lights or whatever. I understand some steel scrap businesses are now setting aside the classics for people to buy as they can get more money for them than for scrap. Thanks again for all of your efforts...........Brad Atchison Kansas

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