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Old 05-15-2005, 09:33:19 PM
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OK guys----hasn't been MUCH here that has remained a mystery for long.
SO........what does this fuel pump belong to?
A friend of mine pulled it out of the hopper of an engine he bought.
The ONLY casting marks I can find is an X (of which I am sure), a goobered up mess (bad casting?) and what COULD be a stylized W.
It is 6 1/8" high to the top of the packing nut and has 1/4" pipe taps.
It WILL be for sale.
Thanks and let the games begin..........................
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Craig: Sorta looks like an IHC pump, "BUT" the drive arm tells me different? Then again, a pump is a pump if it fits and works on a given application .
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That's what I thought Paul but the IHC pumps have IHC castings numbers ALL over the place. I checked it against the 15hp and 20hp Famous engines that are here.
They LOOK the same....but aren't......not enough to CALL it IHC anyway
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