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Re: [T3] '66 fuel pump questions


On Fri, 2003-01-17 at 20:50, Mark Seaton wrote:
> Does anyone have the details for other years on fuel pump part nos, and the
> required height for the pushrod extension? I'm sure it said in my Autobook
> (not handy at the moment) that the max extension should be 12.7mm- which
> mine was pretty exactly- so 14mm for mid stroke would be way off. That was
> the only dimension mentioned, but my car is a '73. I just fitted an NOS
> pump, but I've no idea what year it was intended for. Now I'm worried I
> could have got it all wrong- except the engine seems to run better now,
> which is good!
> 
> Russ Wolfe wrote:
> > That is what the 14mm gage was for. The set point for the diaphram.
> > Turn the engine until the pushrod extends 14mm, then install the pump
> > and tighten the outer diaphram screws.
> 
The 14mm I got from the original post to the list. I just looked it up
in one of the books I have here, and it says 1/2" max. above the block 
for the pushrod.
Does anyone have the "K" manual for the carbed engines and can look this
up to clarify it??

-- 
Russ Wolfe
'66 FB MT (It drove)
'71 FB AT 
'65 Bug (not running)
russw@classicvw.org
http://www.classicvw.org



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