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Need new inection pump, what brand?

I have a '94 E-350 with a really tired old injection pump. I would like to replace it, but I don't want a plain old parts-store variety. Does anyone have a recommendation on a quality rebuilt pump? It doesn't need to be high performance. Stock performance is just fine, but I want a quality pump is all. I have heard that most rebuilds only replace a few worn parts. Whereas a real rebuild will replace any replaceable part, and costs more.

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I have a '94 E-350 with a really tired old injection pump. I would like to replace it, but I don't want a plain old parts-store variety. Does anyone have a recommendation on a quality rebuilt pump? It doesn't need to be high performance. Stock performance is just fine, but I want a quality pump is all. I have heard that most rebuilds only replace a few worn parts. Whereas a real rebuild will replace any replaceable part, and costs more.

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if you have an international dealership near you you can remove yours and have them rebuild it i had mine done a couple years back it cost bout 300 bucks
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these old ones use a standadyne oppossed inlet metering system, very simple pump not a lot to go wrong a rebuild will be just fine just may sure you run an additive to increase the lubricity of your fuel

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