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Re: fuel pump needed

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Tinker In TN

07-11-2013 19:11:12

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News flash! These engines DO NOT use a fuel pump!!!!!!!!!!!! Fuel is sucked from the fuel tank, and there is a check valve on the end of the fuel line, in the fuel tank.

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07-26-2013 20:10:29

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 Re: fuel pump needed in reply to Tinker In TN, 07-11-2013 19:11:12  
Are you sure about that? I thought that too, & was asking around at a show because there are parts of something but not all there, looks like a plunger, & was told by 2 separate guys that it has a pump? Ive only seen oumps on diesels. Perhaps its a primer pump for filling the carb to start?

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Tinker In TN

07-28-2013 20:52:37

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 Re: fuel pump needed in reply to, 07-26-2013 20:10:29  
Try this parts supplier. You can get a manual from him, and maybe learn what you're doing.

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Tinker In TN

07-28-2013 20:41:46

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 Re: fuel pump needed in reply to, 07-26-2013 20:10:29  
Not on a style C. Carb has a small starter tank built into it, for starting on gasoline. The full size tank is for kerosene. Start on gas, switch to kerosene, after it warms up. Most folks just fill the large tank with gasoline, and run on that. Fuel is drawn from the tank by suction. There should be a check valve on the end of the fuel line. I've worked on a 3 HP style C several times through the years. There is no fuel pump.

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07-29-2013 05:52:10

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 Re: fuel pump needed in reply to Tinker In TN, 07-28-2013 20:41:46  
Thanks a million! There havent been any of these around here to look at. Its a barn find, complete, not stuck

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Tinker In TN

07-29-2013 20:11:46

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 Re: fuel pump needed in reply to, 07-29-2013 05:52:10  
Here's a link to a Fairbanks with a fuel pump, BUT it is NOT a style C. Scroll down, and you'll see the info about the carb, The style C does not have a fuel pump. Are you sure that you have a style C?

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08-07-2013 06:27:59

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 Re: fuel pump needed in reply to Tinker In TN, 07-29-2013 20:11:46  
I will look again to be sure. Thanks a bunch for the help by the way! There are missing parts in the carb area, ill get a picture to keep on my phone also.

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