Blocks Off Existing Fuel Pump Hole When Upgrading To Inline Or In Tank Design Pump
Works With 302/351
What's in the Box
(1) Fuel Pump Block Off Plate
This is a fuel pump block off plate for your carbureted Mustang. This part is used when removing the mechanical stock pump and running a different type of pump such as an inline or in in-tank pump. It simply bolts on with 2 bolts and has a nice chrome finish.
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