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Thread: M151A2 fuel pumps - commercial replacement?

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    Default M151A2 fuel pumps - commercial replacement?

    The question is are there A2 fuel pump rebuild parts or whole pump commercial replacements available ? I've been away from the Mutt parts scene for a few years now...Thanks

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    Dodge slant six from mid 60's if I recall, it won't have the fording vent but a direct fit.
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    I thought a SBC pump could be used also.

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    Found this in another SS post, looks like the correct pump.

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    Hi,

    I installed an electrical fuel-pump from Hardi (14424, 24V) into my A2. Not sure if this is the best solution though, I'll find out in coming season...

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    I thought a BB motor (mopar) fuel pump could work also ?

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    The engine is a hurclees, they were used in cat and Daewoo forlift trucks, just find a Daewoo forklift dealer he can get you a fuel pump for a Daewoo g -25 with hurculees engine your local cat lift truck dealer can likely get you one to.

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    The Airtex is available on ebay. New old stock at a good price, I'd just get it from there.

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    I would to, but for those that might need one down the road I posted the info as to where parts for these engines are still available. The only things I found different is flywheels starters and fuel and air induction system the forklifts don't use the side draft zenith carb or manifold. The distributors are different to but if one was to do a 12 v conversion than and use commercial wires and plugs those engines would have the parts to do it.

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    If you are still looking for a pump. Saw some on eBay with vent for $140 NOS.

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