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M84D oil p/u

Post  gcj on April 17th 2012, 6:57 pm

I recently bougth a CJ engine that I am in the process of rebuilding. With it came an oil pump but no pickup. The mounting flange on the pump is vertical. Ford SVO pumps have this flange at an angle ... like 45° I think.

The pump has no manufacturer stamping on it, but it has a part number or engineering ID # M84D ... sounds like Melling.

Where do I get the correct pickup to use with this pump in a front sump application like in a ´70 Torino or Cyclone?

G.

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Post  rmcomprandy on April 17th 2012, 8:04 pm

gcj wrote:I recently bougth a CJ engine that I am in the process of rebuilding. With it came an oil pump but no pickup. The mounting flange on the pump is vertical. Ford SVO pumps have this flange at an angle ... like 45° I think.

The pump has no manufacturer stamping on it, but it has a part number or engineering ID # M84D ... sounds like Melling.

Where do I get the correct pickup to use with this pump in a front sump application like in a ´70 Torino or Cyclone?

G.

There isn't an OEM pick-up for that pump used with a front sump pan. Canton makes one to be used with that pump and a 8 1/2" deep front sump pan; #15-763.

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Post  BOSS 429 on April 17th 2012, 10:15 pm

you have a truck / van pump


what you need is for the pump flangeto be at an angle w/2 bolt holes, thats a stock cj, scj,and boss 429 pump, yes there a stock pickup for it for a front sump, in fact call meling, or napa.



I also saw one on ebay last week



make dam sure it around 3/8 or so off the bottom of the pan when installed
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So, it´s a truck unit.

Post  gcj on April 18th 2012, 5:32 am

I thought maybe it was for a rear sump application, but thanks for clearing this up. I will get a corrct CJ pump wsith the angled flange for this engine. No risks taken when doing this motor.

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Post  rmcomprandy on April 18th 2012, 11:28 am

gcj wrote:I thought maybe it was for a rear sump application, but thanks for clearing this up. I will get a corrct CJ pump wsith the angled flange for this engine. No risks taken when doing this motor.

G

As Rich said, be SURE to check the "pick-up to the bottom of the pan" clearance as CJ pans were about 1/4" deeper than a regular front sump pan.

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Will do

Post  gcj on April 18th 2012, 3:59 pm

Hi: I have the original CJ pan with the baffle and what not ... so assuming I get a std. pump for that application, I should not have any problems.

The last one I built, I bought a Milodon deep sump pan with a matching pickup ... same as before when I used a Canton pan and they supplied me with the matching pickup. No problems whatsoever.

Thanks again guys ...

Any pump recommendations for a mild street engine ... 429CID SCJ, flat tappet, std. pistons, Comp cams stick .... 238 - 244° @ .050 with ,660 / 680 lift. Will run this motor in a ´70 Cyclone.

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