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Fuel Pump...
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Not too shy to talk
Not too shy to talk

2T9-626
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Okay, so hear me out..

I have been debating on "Updating" my 29' to 1931-32 by looking at installing their mechanical pump instead of the Stewart Warner pump. Can this be done? Is it more reliable? I have never dealt with the Stewart Warner system before so I'm curious

Posted on: 2023/4/30 8:22
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Re: Fuel Pump...
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Home away from home

Fish'n Jim
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I don't do pre-war but have a motors manual for that period, I'll check it when I get some time. Covered up right now.
I think I sent the Packard pages to Kev and he loaded on site. But the fuel pump and carbs are other sections but might be of value to here.

Posted on: 2023/6/4 9:04
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