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Thread: Acceptable amount for the water pump pulley to be out of line???
          
   
   

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    Yep Pat's right, when I did the SWP on the Hemi in the 57 I found out that it was usually at least a 1 day wait to get one in to the parts store. I bought a spare to throw in the trunk when I went to Tulsa (that I now keep on the shelf), but chances are by the time I need it the seals will be junk.
    I've NEVER seen a car come from the factory that couldn't be improved.....

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    just soak the pump in hot water b4 you put it on.. that'll revive them, and they won't leak
    You don't know what you've got til it's gone

    Matt's 1951 Chevy Fleetline- Driver

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