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Bullet Proof Diesel Provides an All Billet Solution to the Ford 6.4 Liter Power Stroke Water Pump

Mesa, AZ - November 12, 2015 - Bullet Proof Diesel, the industry leader in diesel engine reliability products, continues to improve their solution for the Ford 6.4 liter Power Stroke water pump with an all billet version. Now featuring a billet housing and mounting flange in addition to the billet impeller, this direct fit replacement to
the OEM water pump is built for miles and miles of dependability.

The Bullet Proof All Billet 6.4L Water Pump continues to feature the improved billet impeller over the factory plastic one that is prone to failure. Replacing the cast housing with a stout all billet housing and mounting flange not only provides durability but also remains a direct fit replacement to the OEM version. Additionally, the new all billet 6.4L water pump utilizes a ball-roller bearing specifically designed for an automotive water pump application.

Pull steep grades with confidence knowing that cooling system issues including engine overheating due to a cracked plastic impeller are a thing of the past. Whether it’s in a heavy towing or light duty application, the reliability of the new all billet construction is exactly what every Ford 6.4L diesel owner needs.
Bullet Proof Diesel will offer the all new Bullet Proof All Billet 6.4L Water Pump priced at $399.95.


Available for purchase online at www.bulletproofdiesel.com (click the link below) or purchases may be made by phone by calling 1-888-967-6653.

Bullet Proof Diesel Water Pump for 6.4L Diesel









 

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Nice looking pump
Question, Did you elect to use a Gates center cartridge?
Any thoughts of switching to an impeller less vulnerable to cavitation damage?
What is the country of origin?
 

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Nice looking pump
Question, Did you elect to use a Gates center cartridge?
Any thoughts of switching to an impeller less vulnerable to cavitation damage?
What is the country of origin?

Thank you, and great question! The bearing is NSK.


From our experience, the impeller would not be more prone to cavitation on a properly maintained and functional cooling system.


Feel free to call us as well!
 
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