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Old 06/27/12, 07:02 AM   #1
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Water Pump

I am replacing the water pump on my 72 and when I took the old one off it was missing a few bolts. How it did not leak, I have no idea! Any way, one of them seems to be fairly long, about 4 1/4", does that seem correct? When you look at the water pump from the front it is at the 8 o' clock position behind the alt. bracket. Any opinions would be appreciated? Thanks.
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Old 06/27/12, 06:24 PM   #2
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Yeah that bolt goes throught the alt bracket, the tall part of the water pump and again through the timing chain cover. Here is mine.
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