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Which FE fuel pump will fit a 57 292. I did a quick search. I just couldn't find it.

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Rockauto has the same fuel pumps listed for a 1957 Fairlane 292 and a 1958 Fairlane 352 FE.
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The early FE's are the same pump. I ran a 427 high performance pump on my Y for years.

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Looking for McCullouch VS57 brackets and parts. Also looking for 28 Chrysler series 72 parts. And early Hemi parts.

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Thanks guys. It was stuck in my head that it had to be a specific pump.
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Any of the early 60's 352 390 427 Pumps fit. Rock Auto sells One with the Filter in the Canister on the Pump. Carter M4008. I have used that One before. Remember the Arm goes below the Camshaft not on top of it. .

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Edelbrock Performer #1724 fuel pump for FE motors.

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IS this correct?  It seems to me that the arm goes under the eccentric.  Have I been doing it wrong all these years?


oldcarmark (7/9/2019)
Any of the early 60's 352 390 427 Pumps fit. Rock Auto sells One with the Filter in the Canister on the Pump. Carter M4008. I have used that One before. Remember the Arm goes on TOP of the Camshaft not below it..




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Paul; What do you mean? Fuel pump arm has to go under the eccentric. 



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Rono (7/9/2019)
Paul; What do you mean? Fuel pump arm has to go under the eccentric. 


Thanks Paul and Rono. I just realized my Error. Sorry. Should be under the camshaft  not on Top. Brain Freeze!!

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A side note on the F.E. pumps. The main difference from the y-pump is that it doesn't have the vacuum booster for '57 & prior original wipers..
P.S.- Old car mark, you can edit your post & correct it if you want..


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