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Old 02-16-2013, 08:34 AM
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mechanical fuel pump cam lobe

hello, i have a mid 80's target master 350 that i pulled from an early 90's pick up truck that had an electric fuel pump. so i have the blocking plate on the block i think that the block is old enough that the lobe should be there so i can use my mechanical pump but my friend wasnt sure and said i should ask the experts lol so here i am

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One piece or two piece rear seal?. Roller or flat tappet cam?
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one piece seal no idea on the cam the casting number is 14088548
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Yes the drive lobe is there. If its a factory hydraulic roller cam, you'll need a bronze tipped fuel pump drive rod.
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thank you, i thought that chevy didn't start using roller cams until sometime in the 90's . the casting # says the block is an 86-88
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