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Drake water pump

Drake water pump

Drake water pump

Hopefully someone here will be able to help me.

Currently rebuilding a toyota IMSA engine and the water pump is knackered. Had a search on google to try n source one but not having much luck. It has Drake Engineering stamped on the side but I don't know if they're even still going as can't find a website for them. It has been modified slightly as you can see in the pictures.
Was wondering if anyone here is able to point me in the right direction.

Thanks in advance.



RE: Drake water pump

Don't know if Drake Eng. is still in business. You might try contacting a guy named Hans Hermann. I know he was involved with Drake Eng. for many years, and he might be able to point you in the right direction.

RE: Drake water pump

Thanks for the replies, I will try and get in contact with Hans.

RE: Drake water pump

Try contacting Stuart Van Dyne in Huntington Beach Ca. He may have something he has the rights to make Offy Parts.

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