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    I'm good. I think a detuned (170hp) 6.5 pump with .310 plungers is a worthwhile upgrade. The truck runs much stronger than before. I found a good deal on the pump that I installed and it was much cheaper than the prices listed on the Conestoga website link. Mine has a Stanadyne build date of January 24, 2018 straight from one of your favorite surplus sites. I'm going to keep an eye out for another to shelve. Since HMMWV's started selling, they seem to be getting rid of spare parts as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cucvrus View Post

    No those prices are insane. And I know where that place it. Glad I never stopped to ask. I am OK with the $350. rebuilt injection pumps. They haven't failed me yet.

    That guy must have been a student of Mad Man Muntz.
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    Non standard parts in CUCV?
    You offend against the pure OEM design!
    Evaluate self! Reflect and repent!

    Or... maybe not.

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