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1030 case fuel primer pump

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09-12-2018 12:49:00

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I walked by my 1030 today and noticed the fuel primer pump was leaking.When I bought it it was leaking really bad (In 1982) I put new seals in and had a hard time to get it to seal.Other than the oem pump what other options have anybody done? I have thought of omitting it.

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09-12-2018 19:27:58

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 Re: 1030 case fuel primer pump in reply to chcase, 09-12-2018 12:49:00  
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You mean you don't want to find out the burst pressure of the tank?

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09-12-2018 20:04:50

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 Re: 1030 case fuel primer pump in reply to kevinthefixer, 09-12-2018 19:27:58  
When I ran it out of fuel,I knew there was a simple way to bleed the system without messing with the hand pump.I used a simple hand tire pump.I just knew if I used air tank that it could be bad news as former owner had tank repaired before I bought it

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jon f mn

09-12-2018 13:16:43

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 Re: 1030 case fuel primer pump in reply to chcase, 09-12-2018 12:49:00  
I got rid of it and put in an electric pump on my 1030. Works great! For priming the filters just turn on the key and no more cold weather issues.

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09-12-2018 12:56:25

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 Re: 1030 case fuel primer pump in reply to chcase, 09-12-2018 12:49:00  
Don't get rid of it! If you run out of fuel or plug up lines you are screwed. Newer pump screws right on and I got one from case for $50-60 a year ago. As long as you are talking about the hand pump

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09-12-2018 13:16:55

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 Re: 1030 case fuel primer pump in reply to Nedd, 09-12-2018 12:56:25  
As far as running out of fuel.I did once and I bought a new fuel tank cap and took the old cap and driled a hole in the center and put a air sniffer valve in it. So if I run out of fuel or changes filters I just add a little air aND it's all primed.Keep in mind it doesn't take but a few pounds of air to do it.

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