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Old 02-20-2013, 06:14 PM   #1
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Autozone VS CJ ponyparts

Is there any difference other than price and brand for the fuel pumps in classic mustangs? eg. 65-69

I took a look at the two and the CJ's one is $10 more but the autozone one has a 1 year warranty. Any input?
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Old 02-20-2013, 07:09 PM   #2
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Is there any difference other than price and brand for the fuel pumps in classic mustangs? eg. 65-69

I took a look at the two and the CJ's one is $10 more but the autozone one has a 1 year warranty. Any input?
I've never heard of Airtex. Carter has been around a long time. Airtex is probably made in China. I'd go Carter.
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I honestly would stick to the CJ pump. Items with great warranties usually have them because they need them. I have had nothing but trouble with Autozone parts and can guarantee that the Airtex pump is made in China or Taiwan.
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Airtex is the autozone brand I think. Like dura last. Most of the fuel pumps they have are airtex brand, and they have the warranty. What I found weird though is the carter brand has a longer lever on the side than mine
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I too have nothing but problems with autozone parts. Id go with cjpony parts i only get things from autozone in a linch or if they dont matter like spray paint or sand paper
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The pump in the image says it is a V8. You have a 6 cylinder, right?
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Yeah, I don't trust autozone brand parts either. Yeah, mines an inline 6. So that's what the HI-Po stands for? No wonder it looks different.
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You have 200 ci motor probably that one is for v8s
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Yeah, I don't trust autozone brand parts either. Yeah, mines an inline 6. So that's what the HI-Po stands for? No wonder it looks different.
They had the 289 and the 289 HIPO or High Performance, had a different carb, air cleaner, 4V heads, etc. put out 271 HP.
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Ohhhh got it, I searched for the 6 cylinder and it costs around $50
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