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Re: 50 Clipper Project - Fuel pump issue help needed
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Thx for all the good advice. Iíll keep you posted.

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Re: 50 Clipper Project - Fuel pump issue help needed
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Howard

Thanks for your response. Vacuum line attached per instructions.Still not getting gas to fuel pump. Gas tank clean, line from gas tank to rebuilt pump clear.

Any suggestions?

Jesse

Posted on: 5/29 7:43:55
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50 Clipper Project - Fuel pump issue help needed
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I'm attempting to start 1950 Clipper that had been in covered storage for 30 years. Gas tank cleaned, new battery, carburetor & fuel pump rebuilt. Gas doesn't seem to be getting to carburetor. Notice fuel pump partially installed with one missing fuel line connection (see attached photo).

Note sure where to connect missing fuel line. Any help greatly appreciated

Thx

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Posted on: 5/18 8:18:34
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