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Old 02-07-2009, 05:51 PM
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Default C0LE fuel pump

See attached pdf from the 1960 Ford Parts and Accessory Catalog for the illustration of pump C0LE-9350-A
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Old 02-07-2009, 06:25 PM
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Thanks GTE427 for the pic!
I have a 49-59 MPC on CD but I can not download the illustration due to copyright. The B8S pump looks like it has a 2 piece arm assy while the C0LE is one piece. I would love to know if there is any difference in length/ratio. I think that would shed light on the different rod length. Does anyone have a C0LE-A pump that we could gently dissect?
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Old 02-09-2009, 07:06 AM
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Fuel Pump Diagram From 1958 MERC Shop Manual-

Two Piece Actuating Arm

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Old 02-09-2009, 07:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Colo66 View Post

Thanks to Kultulz for sharing his information, it is very interesting! It would be interesting to know if the C1VE-A rod superceeded any of the rod(s) listed in TSB-17.

The block P/N reference came from the fuel pump rod listing, 9400, 49-59 Ford MPC. The B9SZ-6009-A block assy is not listed in either the 49-59 MPC or the 60-64 MPC. Just the B9LE-6009-A for 59 and C0SZ-6009-A for 60. There is the possibility that there was a mistype in the B9LE part number and should read B9SZ.
B9LE is LINC specific as C0SZ is FORD (BIRD in this instance) specific. The 59 LINC 430 and 59 BIRD 430 had diffent HP ratings. The 60 LINC went to 2V while the 60 BIRD retained the 4V. This would explain the 6009 part number differences (most likely piston and cam differences).
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