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Old 01-13-2011, 10:23 AM
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He has A 99 F350 and the threaded plug in the HPOP blew out. I know about the repair kit but the spring and check ball are missing.

Anyone have a junk pump around I can get these pieces from or know where to get them?

Thanks
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Old 01-13-2011, 09:35 PM
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i do not, however i know of a lot of u wrench it junkyards. of course they always strip the goodies, but a wrench and a magnet, cost ya prolly 5 bucks. even a diesel shop or dealer couldnt be that much. worst case scenario, we get screwed enough, but the pump, take it back without the parts. i hate to be like that but eveytime i take my diesel in its NEVER less thank 1k.
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Huh?

I already tried all the obvious sources. Junkyard wont sell it on a good motor. All the diesel shops in the area send them back as cores so no luck there.

As far as buying a pump and returning without the parts in it, thats is dishonest and I could never live with that.

Thanks anyway
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Old 01-14-2011, 08:04 AM
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i do not, however i know of a lot of u wrench it junkyards. of course they always strip the goodies, but a wrench and a magnet, cost ya prolly 5 bucks. even a diesel shop or dealer couldnt be that much. worst case scenario, we get screwed enough, but the pump, take it back without the parts. i hate to be like that but eveytime i take my diesel in its NEVER less thank 1k.
That seems like a pretty crooked way to go about fixing his problem. We dont want the diesel community portrayed that way do we?
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Old 01-14-2011, 08:17 AM
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i do not, however i know of a lot of u wrench it junkyards. of course they always strip the goodies, but a wrench and a magnet, cost ya prolly 5 bucks. even a diesel shop or dealer couldnt be that much. worst case scenario, we get screwed enough, but the pump, take it back without the parts. i hate to be like that but eveytime i take my diesel in its NEVER less thank 1k.
I bet you're the same kind of guy who throws a fit when a store wants your receipt to return something...

You kind of people are the reason I got out of the parts game...

Now you done and got me all pi$$ed off...
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