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Re: 6 Volt Electric Fuel Pump
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PackardDon
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They are 550 miles away at me Oregon shop and we are on lockdown here in the Bay Area of California but I plan on going up as soon as I'm able.

As for your Belair, I can't speak for that but the neighbor where I used to live had an identical one in his 1952 Cadillac. They were made, I believe, by AC but I have also seen them with the Carter logo.

Posted on: 2020/11/21 14:25
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Re: 6 Volt Electric Fuel Pump
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Pat and Melanie Westerkamp
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Quote:

PackardDon wrote:
They are 550 miles away at me Oregon shop and we are on lockdown here in the Bay Area of California but I plan on going up as soon as I'm able.

As for your Belair, I can't speak for that but the neighbor where I used to live had an identical one in his 1952 Cadillac. They were made, I believe, by AC but I have also seen them with the Carter logo.


i can wait !!!!

Posted on: 2020/11/21 14:57
Pat and Melanie Westerkamp

1941 Packard 110 Club Coupe Deluxe
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Re: 6 Volt Electric Fuel Pump
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1940Desoto
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Hi Bob,

I have the same exact problem with my 1940 Desoto, i cringe during hot days when i have to stop for any period of time. I want to get a setup like the one you explained, can you tell me where i can purchase all that's needed, the inline pump, filter & your type of switch. I agree a toggle switch i could easily forget to turn off. Thank you. Tom

Posted on: 9/15 12:14
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Re: 6 Volt Electric Fuel Pump
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PackardDon
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This is not one of mine but is virtually identical. These attach directly to the carburetor's inlet using a short double-ended 1/8" pipe nipple and the inlet connects to the steel line from the filter by way of a 1/8 pipe to 1/4" (?) flare adapter. Since it's right there at the carburetor, it is very easily serviceable and all my Packards from 1940 and up have had a filter in this location.

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Posted on: 9/15 16:01
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Re: 6 Volt Electric Fuel Pump
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Joe Santana
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Chevy of the 40s, Vancouver WA has these and replacement filters

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Posted on: 9/15 16:58
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Re: 6 Volt Electric Fuel Pump
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1940Desoto
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thank you!!

Posted on: 9/16 13:33
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Re: 6 Volt Electric Fuel Pump
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Kapn
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My father put an E8011 on his 41' Six many years ago to prime the carb when it had been sitting and to get it restarted after a hot shutdown.

Recently it was leaking and after some research I replaced it with a Brock SP1124 from Amazon for $25. Came with a pre-filter and can be pos or neg ground.
Considering adding one to my 48' now instead of a shot of starter fluid to get it primed after sitting.

Posted on: 9/19 11:38
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