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Old 05-25-2009, 01:19 PM
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Wondering anybody know a good shop that sells fuel pump rebuild kits?
Im looking for a 50 chieftain L8, so far all the lines are clog free after few were replaced. The only problem the fuel pump wont dispense any fuel.
thanks in advance
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If I were looking for a fuel pump for an old straight 8 Pontiac, I would first ask Steve Barcek. He might even know where to get a rebuild kit for one. If you scroll down on the home page of his website, you'll find his email address near the bottom, in blue. http://www.pontiacheaven.org/

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Kanter sells a rebuilt fuel pump, but no rebuild kit.

http://www.kanter.com///productdetai...Cat=42&Prc=184



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These guys might be able to help. http://www.classicpreservation.com/fuelpumpkits.html . Cole
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