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Old 04-16-2009, 04:31 PM
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fuel pump block-off plate

I am using a mechanical fuel pump block-off plate, but it didn't come with the fasteners. Can anybody tell me what fastener I should use ? It should be the same bolt that you use for your mechanical fuel pumps.... but I do not have one..... so do not know what bolt it is.... this is a Dart little M block, but that shouldn't matter.

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See fuel pump bolts, 4th from the bottom....
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Just get some bolts at the hardware that fit and not to long.
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If memory serves me right theres two 3/8" and two 1/4" or 5/16"
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Thank you All !! The answer is clear now.
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