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    Where can I get one for a good price? Direct they are $125. Not knocking the price, just lookin for the best deal. Thanks fellas.

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    Buy it, they are worth the money!!!

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    That is a good price, look at a Holley 130gph+ pump at Summit.
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    pm superdave013 here on the boards. Sweet performance

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    10 bits is pretty cheap , think about all the stupid bling on a boat that costs way more than that. Here you're getting something functional
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    Where can I get one for a good price? Direct they are $125. Not knocking the price, just lookin for the best deal. Thanks fellas.

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    That's a good price. The one that fits my Ford costs $150 (of course its more, it's a Ford). I called around to a few of the parts houses here in Phoenix and nobody sells the Clay Smiths. Not sure why, but there ya go. Have to order from Clay I reckon.

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    look at the carter pump 160gph #10 fitting in and #8 out and i think its less $ the pro gas flats use

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    I have one but I mite need it. Ill let you know, But you can get the Edelbrock/ Holly # 510-12-454-20 pump its the same type it has -10 / 1/2" in an out its there Gas/Alk pump I have one on my motor rt, now with no reg, feed n my tee tank for my Injector pump, It works fine and I used it on my carb 540 12.1 motor with no probs, at all. But the C,smith pump is $125 and thats not bad at all. You are not going to save much anyway. The E,brock pump is plated chrome and looks good, and flows 170gph at 8 psi. Look at jegs not summit. i'v had the same pump on my Blown motor for 6yr, and its still fine.

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    Here are a few pic's. If it looks big thats because it is a -10 out to a -12 line fitting
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    I have a used Edelbrock Mechanical Fuel Pump for a BBC. It's the large rebuildable type. I also have the cam push rod and a Holley Regulator. All of it $50.00
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    They must have just went up. I paid $115 back in June/July direct from Clay Smith.
    Haven't run it...yet, however I hear they are the shiz and well worth the money.

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