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Water Pump Time but I have Questions

So here is what I have found so far:

O'reilly's-Master Pro with Lifetime Warranty, $150.00

Napa-Tru Flow with Lifetime Warranty, $152.00

International-one year Warranty, about $400.00 (right side inlet, requires adapter kit, $150.00?)

One Ford Dealer-Brand New pump with One year Warranty, $272.00

Seconed Ford Dealer-Rebuilt pump with one year warranty, $286.00

Haldex RW 6114 (going thru Fleet Pride), $202.51 with limited lifetime warranty. This one has been an issue trying to get the right pump. This pump is for a bus / has inlet on right side and they cannot find one that has the inlet on the left side. Fleet Pride even contacted Haldex and they couldn't tell them which one I need. The guy at Fleet Pride has been very helpful in trying to find the correct pump for me. I have even given him the last eight of my Vin# to try and help locate one through them.

I don't know if I am missing something, so I would like to get some input from all you guys as to what I should go with.

Thanks in advance.

'96 CC, LB White,F350,176,000 plus mi.
IDM mod,
shimmed FPR,
Gutted EBPV and Pedestal,
3"dp to 4" out to front of tire,
AFE stage 2 air filter,
35"BFG's with no lift,
Diamond Clear Headlights,
Dieselsite's coolant filter & tranny filter,
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Re: Water Pump Time but I have Questions

Why not get a pump from dieselsite? I got mine from there and i couldn't be happier.

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Re: Water Pump Time but I have Questions

Thanks for the idea, it would be cheaper to get everything there. However they are closed from May 9th to May 23rd. and I need to have the pump installed before then. So it looks like I need to get it somewhere else.

'96 CC, LB White,F350,176,000 plus mi.
IDM mod,
shimmed FPR,
Gutted EBPV and Pedestal,
3"dp to 4" out to front of tire,
AFE stage 2 air filter,
35"BFG's with no lift,
Diamond Clear Headlights,
Dieselsite's coolant filter & tranny filter,
ton's of repairs,
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IDM mod,
shimmed FPR,
Gutted EBPV and Pedestal,
3"dp to 4" out to front of tire,
AFE stage 2 air filter,
35"BFG's with no lift,
Diamond Clear Headlights,
Dieselsite's coolant filter & tranny filter,
ton's of repairs,
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Re: Water Pump Time but I have Questions

Are you wanting to go with the IH pump with built in filter or back to a stock pump?

I went with the IH w/ filter setup and am quite happy. NAPA ordered it for me for $225 or so, a few bolts, filter & a couple of nipples and I was in business. Oh and a hose.

It is all in what YOU want to do and want to spend.

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Here are the fittings I used for the IH pump if you decide to go that route.

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Here is some more info on the International pump and another source for it.

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PSRumors and AZStang,
both of you are saying to use the RW 6114 pump correct? In the pictures it shows the inlet on the right hand side / passanger side. Did you guys buy the rerouting kit to get the hose back over to the drivers side?

As I said in my OP, I have already looked into the Haldex RW 6114 (going thru Fleet Pride), $202.51 with limited lifetime warranty. This one has been an issue trying to get the right pump. This pump is for a bus / has inlet on right side and they cannot find one that has the inlet on the left side. Fleet Pride even contacted Haldex and they couldn't tell them which one I need.

With Diesel Site being closed for a while, I think i'm going to go with the one from Napa. I cant keep jackin around, I gotta get this thing done.

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IDM mod,
shimmed FPR,
Gutted EBPV and Pedestal,
3"dp to 4" out to front of tire,
AFE stage 2 air filter,
35"BFG's with no lift,
Diamond Clear Headlights,
Dieselsite's coolant filter & tranny filter,
ton's of repairs,
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Re: Water Pump Time but I have Questions

If you will look at the links it will tell you exactly what you need.

If you want to do the IH water pump that has the filter you buy a new lower radiator hose. This allows for the outlet to be on the passenger side.

I have no idea what is meant by a rerouting kit. Have not seen one.

It all depends on what you want to do. If you want the IH pump with filter start reading the link we posted.

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Re: Water Pump Time but I have Questions

PSRumors is right. We are suggesting installing the Navistar school bus version of the water pump rather than using another pump like you have on there now. The benefit to doing that is that the school bus pump has a built in header where you screw on a coolant filter. This pump is a direct bolt on, but does require some modifications:

1. You will need to get some longer mounting bolts form Navistar.
2. You will need a different lower radiator hose. I think it's one from a Dodge Cummins.
3. You will have to either grind a spot down on the new pump or buy an idler pulley and a longer belt.
4. You will have to move some heater hose fittings around on the pump as well as plug some other holes that are not used.

Of course you'll also need a coolant filter. It is a worth wile mod and pretty easy to do. It will take more time than a stock water pump given some of the changes that need to be made though.

At the top of this thread are links to two other threads that have all the info.
Thinking about an International Water Pump - PowerStrokeNation

Post back here with any questions though as I think those are pretty old.

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