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Chevelle And Malibu Water Pump, Replacement Quality

Chevelle And Malibu Water Pump, Replacement Quality

 
 

1964-1983 Chevelle & Malibu Replacement Quality Water Pump
Part #: 50-325670-1
Price:
Please check below for specific pricing.
  Alt Part #:
MS-1996
  Availability:
Varies by item.
  Fitment:
1964 thru 1983



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DESCRIPTION

  • Best Quality Replacement Water Pumps For Chevelle Or Malibu
  • Offering Remanufactured, New, Chrome, And Performance Water Pumps
  • Available For Almost Every Application
  • Manufacturers Including AC Delco, TRW, Tuff Stuff, And Stewart

 

New water pumps are crucial for every Chevelle restoration or engine build, and Eckler’s Chevelle & Malibu wants to provide the best mechanical water pumps for your 1964-1983 Chevelle to keep it looking good and running cool. Here at Ecklers, we understand that not everyone needs an expensive water pump and will manage with a replacement water pump at a more affordable price for their everyday leisure vehicle. To ensure that you're getting a reliable and long-lasting product, Eckler's carries only the best brands of replacement water pumps like AC Delco, TRW, Stewart, and Tuff Stuff. Eckler's Chevelle & Malibu has the best selection of cast iron mechanical water pumps available and is ready to provide for your 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, and 1983 Chevelle needs.

 

The Short and Long of Chevy Water Pumps

Chevy Chevelle & Malibu mechanical short style water pumps measure 5-5/8” high from the shaft down. Long style Chevy Chevelle & Malibu water pumps measure 7” high from the shaft down. An easy way to find out what style you have while your pump is still installed on the motor is to try and stick your hand between the water pump and timing chain cover. If you can slip your fingers in between, then you have a long style pump. If you cannot, then you have a short style pump.