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JEGS Mechanical Fuel Pump for Ford 351C-400M [80 gph, Chrome]

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Mechanical Fuel Pump for Ford 351C-400M [80 gph, Chrome]
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Mechanical Fuel Pump
  • Ford 351C-400
  • Chrome
  • 1/4 in. NPT Inlet/Outlet Ports
  • 8 psi
  • 80 gph
  • Gasoline Only
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