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  • studelover
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    I got the pump on and the engine is almost complete.I found that the pump needed the bolts installed with the pulley off so I had to dismantle the pump and put the brackets onthen put the pulley back on, 90% complete looking for spark plugs now to use with the petronix ignition system.anyone know the spark plug number?

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  • studelover
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    The pump itself has two brackets on it. I just pulled it from the boxthere are four bolts that need to gotten they hold the brackets on the pump. I think I should have insatlled those bolts befor putting the pulley on the pump because they don't look like they can be install any other way. I wonder what those bolts look like?[:0] The book says they are 5/16 18x/7/8, 5/16 24x 5/8

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  • ROADRACELARK
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    You have them correct...fat one on top, long one on the bottom. Hope this helps.

    Dan Miller
    Atlanta, GA

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    Road Racers turn left AND right.

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  • Swifster
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    Here's the picture of my '64 289 with the bolts still in place. As mentioned, washers are used to shim for alignment.



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    Tom - Valrico, FL

    1964 Studebaker Daytona - 289 4V, 4-Speed (Cost To Date: $1755.45)

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  • studelover
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    If you look close you can see the special bolts.I think I have the bolts in the wrong place.

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  • studelover
    started a topic PS pump special bolts

    PS pump special bolts

    I have some shoulder bolts for my PS pump bracket can someone tell me which one goes on top and which goes on bottom? I do want to put that on the engine while it's out. No fan or carb.

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