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Rebuild kit for Edelbrock 1721 fuel pump

Looking for a rebuild kit for an Edelbrock 1721 (small block Chevy) six valve mechanical fuel pump #1799. Jegs and Summit both say itís discontinued. Edelbrock is not open on Saturday to call and inquire. This is the second time this fuel pump has gone out. I bought it and a rebuild kit almost seven years ago when I was building my 34. After the first time it went out I rebuilt it with the prior purchased rebuild kit. I suspect due to the age of the pump and the rebuild kit I used that it is not ethanol fuel compatible. I may have to spring for a new fuel pump this go around.

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