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EFV-8 Club Forum / General Mercury Discussion / Fuel pump

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mikemerc
07-31-2019 @ 3:07 AM
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Good morning, I’m new to the forum and have a question. Did mercury put a double action fuel pump on the 52 Monterey V8? If so what would the part number be? If not , what would the number be for the single action be? Thanks. Mike

ken ct.
07-31-2019 @ 5:16 AM
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Most if not all Mercs and some fords had double action pumps. A person doesent need to know pump #to purchase one Just the yr will do for the vendor. ken ct.

mikemerc
07-31-2019 @ 9:40 AM
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Thanks a lot ken . Do you know any places that have them with a diaphram that’s OK to use with ethanol gas?

ken ct.
07-31-2019 @ 11:43 AM
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Yes 2 guys in NY may have or can rebuild one for you. ( houghton@classicpreservation.com) or (cas5845@yahoo.com) These are 2 diff outfits in upper NY.I am referring to yrs 49-53 only !! ken ct.

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mikemerc
08-01-2019 @ 3:45 PM
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Ken, thanks again . I appreciate all your help . Mike

ken ct.
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Let us know of the outcome , it may help others . ken ct

39 Ken
08-03-2019 @ 4:20 AM
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I have a new double action fuel pump that I'm not going to use.
PM me if interested.
Ken

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56MarkII
09-29-2019 @ 10:14 AM
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I most certainly don't worry about ethonol gas as I have been using NOS for years without problems! After over 30 years my single action fuel pump finally failed and I dug out some ancient NOS from my shelf that I purchased years ago from local shops that closed at their dispersal auction sales. This time I decided to use a dual action but to my disappointment the candidate has slight moisture damage and the check valves are damaged. I opened up another and pulled the valves out and swapped them. The other had wrong fittings compared to my previous working one. They are actually not overly hard to work on as I discovered so I wouldn't be scared of purchasing a kit. Many you will see have a single due to people spending less on a double I would assume. I always had a single due to "wives tales" of the duallies being hard on the camshaft lobe because they are harder to push the lever but these tales were told to me years ago. I will give the dual action a try. My wipers will work better and does anybody else have any input on the dual action being hard on camshafts?

TomO
09-29-2019 @ 5:33 PM
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Rock Auto has a ualction fuel pump for the 52 Mercury

https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo.php?pk=59029&cc=1434944&jsn=359&_nck=ZExt1ysfqhqWnq%2BEvUNdS3Txyey60IDtnjPWF5UU9J0BWQv7pvqZbkEUk86%2BAYIh%2F8vGRbRbhjtywpEu6vCfOWboQF2p%2FoTDsp%2FnfUqmXNRLJUM5U0NFpLCBn8v%2B5Px2rEGzK2mOpnI3TUDNGA%2F7MgEmKAV68mD0SwbFxEEW%2FnHL%2F8GK7pE6Ce1j6q4iAfR6IISYLFtUBDxsjzqfxBBfx7gG2PzE%2BDYv8kb8ALN5%2FUNjyUHq7eM6o%2F%2FgWguLy9LjMJ9sbznvw%2BDnYJANlCEi7hjEIoyMe1uz8XnBDwkFyZ5cyF6DRw68DCjacPdDyfGrEjjbESMNCPw0Rpd31OAeqIwEgzJVZRgtdIcwjNfmy%2FEeqvm3y%2FuRPI%2FYhMJ3k%2Fmy

Tom

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