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I have a moroso pump had it listed on here
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Gotta have vintage for my D2 look.


The picture is deceiving. The ones I've used have a cast aluminum finish. If your pulley doesn't hide the logo, you can easily sand it off. Wouldn't take much to seal the deal- but I understand the value in a truly authentic casting.
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I have a moroso pump had it listed on here
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Long vs. short.....
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Brought it to the top not the best picture if interisted I can send more pictures
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I too am contemplating putting an aluminum "L88" water pump on my big block chevelle.
You can make 2 spacers to convert the short pump into a Long one but then you may still have issues with the alternator mounting points
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Mine is made just like the cast iron pump, with all of the mounting holes in the correct locations. If you painted it you wouldn't be able to tell it was aluminum.
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Old 03-14-2018, 10:21 PM
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Got some more pictures today.
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Old 03-14-2018, 10:22 PM
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Freddie, aka Biggearhead, steered me to something that should work. This is an early version of a Weiand hipo aluminum water pump model 8243 which debuted in the early 70ís. Thank you sir!
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