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what size fo a freeze plug do i need to plug hole where the mechanical fuel pump is located

1997 F 350 4X4, idm mod, wide open performance GQSSB turbo, stage 2` s by bean` s, intercooler, 4" no muffler, stack, trans from brians truck shop rear, disk brakes, and a stecher stage 1 hpop 6 position chip with bean` s programs crane valae springs, air dog lift pump and electric fuel pump and regulatorand water methonal injection
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3/4", I think. I'll double check when I get home.

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i used a something 32nds just had it sitting around and it worked great

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i may be wrong, but i have replaced several pumps and it seem to me that the hole in the block was bigger than 3/4"

could be wrong just trying to collect everything before i start to convert the fuel system

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My bad, it's definitely NOT 3/4".
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