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Rod Woodward

03-27-2013 15:20:31

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VF4 Wisconsin fuel pump doesn't pump,I expect that the diaphram has gone bad.Does anybody know where to buy sheet material to make them from as in the days of my youth?Thanks for any help.

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03-28-2013 18:12:10

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 Re: wisconsin fuel pump in reply to Rod Woodward, 03-27-2013 15:20:31  
There"s a new fuel pump for sale right now, on
ebay,Item # 330767163900, for $74.99.
I think I paid about $65, two years ago from
NAPA Auto Parts. NAPA still lists new pumps, part
number M2152, but quit selling kits about 2 years

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03-27-2013 17:40:08

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 Re: wisconsin fuel pump in reply to Rod Woodward, 03-27-2013 15:20:31  
McMaster Carr has a varity of membrane material. I tried several, but never really found something that would last a long time. I finally just raised the tank and use gravity feed.


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03-28-2013 16:21:05

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 Re: wisconsin fuel pump in reply to Areo, 03-27-2013 17:40:08  
I did the same thing, Wisconsin fuel pumps are expensive and don't last that long. You don't have to worry if the carburetor bowl is full yet.

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