Fuel pump for 1500


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Skibumvet
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Fuel pump for 1500

Postby Skibumvet » Sun Sep 11, 2016 9:53 am



Needing a new fuel pump for 96 1500 and noticed a replacement from HFP (HighFlowFuel.com) SKU HFP-360ST that specifically replaces the old pump with lifetime warranty and also an article using the NAPA P72190 pump and STS-8 strainer. Would love to know of these two or any other pumps including OEM replacement, which would be best for bike in the long run. Any experiences with any of these pumps?
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Re: Fuel pump for 1500

Postby spiralout » Mon Sep 12, 2016 5:19 pm

I can't help with your question but the Product Reviews section probably isn't the best place to post it.

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Re: Fuel pump for 1500

Postby FM-USA » Wed Sep 14, 2016 11:50 pm

"In the long run"
That would be car fuel pumps. Offhand I don't know the brand[s] but there are a couple.
Someone should be around to help out.

Doing a quick search...
...1977 Celica
...Carter P72190 at Rockauto.com (1AM on Sept 15 2016, 4 pumps left) $35.00

Search Rockauto.com for these 2 vehicles below.
Several pumps listed. DON'T buy the lower "Economy Pumps", they don't last long.
HONDA ACCORD 1986-1989 ___ HONDA PRELUDE 1988-1989
"OIL CHANGE?" _FM 07-2009
Know its new taste and be loyal, you'll know when to change that oil.
Taste testing as the miles flow, souring as that acid grows.
And don't flirt with dirt or darkened oil, all the faster your engine will spoil.


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