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Old Towmotor Forklift


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Old 07-15-2009, 10:42:56 PM
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Default Re: Old Towmotor Forklift

Wait a minute here. The difference between a 162 & a 163 are a lot more than that fuel pump! Cranks, blocks, heads main bearings etc are all different.!
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Default Re: Old Towmotor Forklift

I'm sure you are right John. I should have said "main outside visual difference" was fuel pump mounting studs.
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I need a fuel pump for an F140. I have not even found a thread any where online that mentions a f140 with a fuel pump.
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Old 12-26-2014, 02:30:56 PM
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Default Re: Old Towmotor Forklift

This thread started in 2007, and was last updated in 2009... five years ago...

I think your question would be better responded-to if posted under a new thread, with an applicable title.
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Default Re: Old Towmotor Forklift

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I need a fuel pump for an F140. I have not even found a thread any where online that mentions a f140 with a fuel pump.
Are you still interested? We have a few rough terrain equipment parts at GCS.
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