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Anyone wanting a P-Pump Converson?!

Saw that over on Dodge-Diesel and Im racking my brain I think this is complete ready to go, and one good price...

http://www.dieseltruckresource.com/c...ct/23533/cat/6

Hope it can maybe help someone...

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wow, thats a smokn' deal ! not sure about the threads on the pump shaft deal ? My truck let me sit in the hammer lane of rush hour traffic either pump or ecm failed, Its the 2nd vp and has seen nothing but 15-13 psi to it. I'm bringing a tool home from work to plug into the vp that will tell me if it has failed. If not I will take my ecm to work and hook up, either way, I am done with electronics : . I'v had so many people tell me p-pumping is a waste, but none of them have got to experience my luck with the vp-44 fuel pumps. And I will not settle for a HRVP.
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"P Pump w/ shutdown solenoid, throttle bracket, TPS, some linkage, bottom suppport, timing gear, injector lines, timing case and cover. Pump is an 854 pump, came off of a 94 or 95 160 hp auto, has a Mopar reman tag on it. I don't know how many miles are on it. A few of the threads are a little messed up on the pump shaft, but could more than likely be fixed w/ a die. $675, will ship at buyers expense, the whole setup weighs about 80 lbs. Please call 630-254-2965 w/ any questions, thanks " FOR $675

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that is a good deal. it's not a waste to ppump the vp's it makes them nice. local shop just did one on a 02 and it runs nice and no more electric worries. if I had the time and cash I would pick that up and make mine less worries. if my pump dies I am going ppump

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"P Pump w/ shutdown solenoid, throttle bracket, TPS, some linkage, bottom suppport, timing gear, injector lines, timing case and cover. Pump is an 854 pump, came off of a 94 or 95 160 hp auto, has a Mopar reman tag on it. I don't know how many miles are on it. A few of the threads are a little messed up on the pump shaft, but could more than likely be fixed w/ a die. $675, will ship at buyers expense, the whole setup weighs about 80 lbs. Please call 630-254-2965 w/ any questions, thanks " FOR $675

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That's pretty sweet. Now you just need to get the low down on the conversion.

Also your current VP44 is working fine. You could sell that for some cash after it's all said and done. People like the 01-02 ETC VP44's.

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Kinda would like to Ppump my truck heck ya can't even get a Ppump alone for 675 thats a good deal!!! Not sure if I want to do it though??? If my VP dies I think I"ll do it then.

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I dont think that I would do it simply b/c i have too much damn money tied up in electronics....and if I was going to do it i'd try to find a junker truck pull everything but the pump and then buy a Scheid 550cc or 600cc pump b/c thats what its gonna be for a lot of HP...

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