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Old 10-09-2013
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I am looking for 2 Facet Fuel pumps for my 79 gas hog. The number stamped on them 478457. I can't find these or the specs so I can cross reference for a replacement. Anyone know where to find something like this? Thanks. Richard
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Buy low pressure mallory pumps instead
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I currently have two inline low pressure pumps hooked together. Can I replace them with one pump? If so, what psi and gph would I be looking for?
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Richard,
Try this's place for the pumps you are looking for;

http://www.aircraftspruce.com/catego...telectric.html

I have used them on my boats and my 84 BB...
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I am looking for 2 Facet Fuel pumps for my 79 gas hog. The number stamped on them 478457. I can't find these or the specs so I can cross reference for a replacement. Anyone know where to find something like this? Thanks. Richard
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Thanks everyone for the links. I haven't been able to determine what size pump to get. I can't find anything with my numbers to match up. I'm still looking.
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Any electric pusher pump will feed the carburator, keep pressure @ 5 or 6 #s and you will be good. A cannister or spin on fuel filter just forward of the pump would be a good plan. The set up you are replacing sounds sort of strange, don't stress over replacing it exactly.
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Thanks Mike and all who shared their advice.
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I'm replacing the Facet pump with a Holley Red Line and have taken the christening diesel bath. Question that I have is how many people have have moved the pump further forward to an easier location to reach and have you had any problems from this? I have noticed some have gone as far down stream as the propane bay in front of the Racor filter. I have read the install directions and the tight space and fitting a new pump mount are not really easy in the current area. Any thoughts are helpful, thanks.
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i have installed several in the propane bay.
No problems.
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