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Old 08-04-2012, 08:38 AM   #1
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Hi Guys

Need your help here.
I have just installed L9H VVT truck engine and having some clearence issues between water pump pulley hitting the spal fan on the radiator.

Can you replace the water pump pulley or do you have to replace the entire water pump

Wherre can i get a flat water pump pulley or water pump with flat pulley

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I dont know for a fact, but you may want to check into a 2010 camaro L99 or LS3 water pump. IIRC they have a flatter pulley and the same spacing as the truck set up due to the deeper timing cover due to the VVT. Hope this helps, good luck my friend. Eric L
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Thanks Eric

Really appreciate ur help. I will start looking for a LS3 pump.
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