Author Topic: Wanted: 428CJ Water Pump Pulley, 3 Groove, Non AC Application (1968 Shelby)  (Read 465 times)

Craner

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Wanted: Looking for a no pits pulley to replace my original.
Any leads are appreciated.
I have been able to locate pulleys, the challenge is to find one thatís a decent core.
I can provide dimensions if you think you have one, but are unsure about the pulley diameters.
Thank you
Fran
« Last Edit: May 23, 2023, 06:05:28 AM by Craner »

Scode67FB

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Hey Fran,
You bought the crank pulley and some other brackets from me. I thought you already had a good water pump pulley? If you still need it, let me know. I have a couple with "C6" partial ink stamps and a couple others with "C8" partial ink stamps. If you have the dimensions, I can check what I have to make sure it's correct.

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The water pump pulley should be three sheaves the outer one being the smallest

The diameter is described as 6  1/8

There is a larger version but it wasnt used on 1968s
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c8oe ink stamped in yellow

Bob Gaines

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c8oe ink stamped in yellow
Unfortunately the yellow ink stamp used by the MFG does not survive long to aid in identification.
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I added a few photos of my rusty alternator pulley to help ID the correct pulley.
Included measurements.
« Last Edit: May 24, 2023, 03:20:15 PM by Craner »

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I added a few photos of my rusty alternator pulley to help ID the correct pulley.
Included measurements.
You most likely meant waterpump pulley. The MFG takes two pulleys and welds them together making the 3 groove with different size grooves . Those type pulley carried a ink stamp identification instead of the metal stamped ID seen on others.
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Oops
Yes, water pump
Thanks

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If you look between the sheaves you can see the original part number of the pulley before it was modified
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Craner

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Yes, hereís a photo that I captured of that stamping. Itís a little difficult to see, but using a decent light itís there.  Also the rectangular Fomoco stamping about 90 degrees from the part number stamping.

« Last Edit: May 24, 2023, 07:02:04 PM by Craner »