My '54 is 2/100ths shy of 1 inch.
Grant S. email@example.com
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Date: Tuesday, November 23, 1999 5:52 AM
Subject: [oletrucks] Fwd: Flex-a-lite for a 1954 chev.?
>I got this question back from Flex-a-lite, does any one know the diameter
>the H2O pump shaft?
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>Subject: Re: Flex-a-lite for a 1954 chev.?
>What size of hole does it have?
>> I need to locate a part number for a flex-a-lite aluminum fan that would
>> cross over to a 1954 chevrolet 235 c.i. L6 engine. the original fan has
>> larger hole for the H20 pump shaft than the newer type fans.
>> Any and all information would be appreciated.
>> Casey M.
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