Stock Replacement Oil Pump And Oil Pump Screen
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Melling Stock Replacement Oil Pump And Oil Pump Screen

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Melling oil pumps provide dependable performance every time in every application. Every pump is engineered, manufactured and assembled to the highest material and production standards. Manufacturing processes include state of the art CNC machines and the latest phosphate coating processes. Melling oil pumps are manufactured from high quality materials in either cast iron or cast aluminum as specified by the OEM engine manufacturer. Internal pump parts are produced from sintered metal or steel. Gears are machined to close tolerances to ensure proper engine pressure and correct, efficient pump operation. End plates are precision ground for maximum ware resistance. Depending on application and design, Melling pumps may use gear, impeller or the latest gerotor technology. When completed every Melling oil pump is individually tested for pressure and flow under conditions designed to duplicate actual engine operating conditions. In addition to OEM pump applications, Melling Select pumps are offered for increased oil flow, increased oil pressure, anti-cavitation capability, lighter pump weight and performance when needed. Depending on your oil pump requirements Melling Select pumps are offered in cast iron, cast aluminum or aluminum billet materials. Each Melling Select pump performance level offers a step up in material selection, engineering advantages and increased durability. All Melling Select pumps designed to provide the highest level of quality and performance with a reasonable level of investment.

Product Features:
  • Engineered to provide consistent, durable performance
  • Precision manufactured from high quality materials
  • Performance meets or exceeds OE specifications
  • 1 year limited warranty
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Belt Driven:No
Gasket Or Seal Included:No
High Pressure:No
High Volume:No
Material:Cast Iron Body
Oil Pump Type:Stock Replacement
Pickup Screen Included:Yes
Pressure:Standard Pressure
Volume:Standard

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5.0

last person to review was not mechanic

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from pgh pa

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Pros

  • Durable

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    Best Uses

    • Everyday Driving
    • Replacement
    • Restoration

    Comments about Melling Stock Replacement Oil Pump And Oil Pump Screen:

    3.0 rangers have cam sensor problems which cause oil pump not to work.you can replace pump all you want pump not problem.

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    installed pump and it didnt work!!!!

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    from east ridge, tn

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      • Defective

      Best Uses

        Comments about Melling Stock Replacement Oil Pump And Oil Pump Screen:

        want my money back, now i have to pull my engine again to remove it and get my money back!!!! got the part fast and discounted but now i have to pay someone to remove and reinstall!!!

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          I'm getting ready to install my new oil pump, but I noticed the new pump does not come with the drive (intermediate) shaft. The only place I have seen that sells the shaft is from the dealer. Any recommendations? Should I open up the new pump and switch out the gears? Should I attempt to remove the gear shaft from the gear to remove the drive shaft? I'm at a loss and it's preventing me from finishing the rebuild of my engine. Thanks in advance for any suggestions!
          Asked on 5/13/2014 by Mike from Swansea, SC

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