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Ok who's reliable for fuel pump restoration. I have 2 40727s and 1 40470 I want to get done.
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He's the only one I trust. He a little back logged at the moment. Any chance I could trouble you for the date codes on all your pumps? Thank you, Joe

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Fred does good work, I've had him rebuild my original pumps.
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The 40470 has a CG40470 both the 40727s are both service dates. 208Z40727 and 076T40727
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The 40470 has a CG40470 both the 40727s are both service dates. 208Z40727 and 076T40727
Thank you, Joe
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Fred does good work, I've had him rebuild my original pumps.
Of all the referrals and reaching out directly, I've never seen an actual photo of his " restoration" . Would you have any? prior to the $305.00 pre-paid check being sent out. Thanks,
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I had Fred do mine back in Spring of 2021 and no issues since.
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Click that link for more pics. There are other posts with pics also if you search
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GOAT HILL screwed me on two AC Delco 1970 pumps, plating both bottoms with Clear (Silver) Zinc................and NOT the Correct Yellow Zinc .........Now I dont know what to do ?????
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Fred has done four pumps for me, all for Survivor cars, so no plating or cleaning. He makes one small incision on the inboard side of the top housing and peels it back for internal service. When mounted, this cut is not detectable. His word is good.
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