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ronny
    
is there two types of fuel pump for a 1960 chev bel air 6 cylinder one has long arm and one with sho
i bought an engine 6 cylinder for a 1960 chev bel air the person i bought it from told me it was the same as what i had now i"m trying to change fuel pump and it is not the same mine has long arm in back and the other has short arm is this possible there is 2 type of 6 cylinder and will this hurt the engine if fuel pump is not exactly the same can i install in my car thnks
posted: December 4, 2011
 
    
 
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retiredpartsman
    
according to HOLLANDER INTERCHANGE MANUAL the fuel pumps are the same from 1958 to 1962 if memory is correct it should be a short arm .
posted:  December 4, 2011
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