356B Fuel Pump Rebuild?

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Richard Wisniewski
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356B Fuel Pump Rebuild?

#1 Post by Richard Wisniewski » Fri Dec 31, 2021 1:52 pm

Who are the vendors that Rebuild 356B Fuel Pumps?

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Re: 356B Fuel Pump Rebuild?

#2 Post by Doug McDonnell » Fri Dec 31, 2021 1:58 pm

I know that Bruce does: http://www.sparkingplugs.com/6.html
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Re: 356B Fuel Pump Rebuild?

#3 Post by John Clarke » Mon Jan 03, 2022 7:16 am

Hi Richard
Why not rebuild it yourself with one of the Repair Kits available. Just refurbished / Rebuilt our late Style Pump.
It isn't 'Rocket Science' !
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Re: 356B Fuel Pump Rebuild?

#4 Post by Bill Lawless » Mon Jan 03, 2022 9:13 am

Several rebuild kit available, takes less then an hour with detailed cleaning..
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Re: 356B Fuel Pump Rebuild?

#5 Post by Brad Ripley » Wed Jan 05, 2022 6:48 pm

Rebuild kits for the early pump were received only today. -- p/n NLA 108 903 00 For the late pump the kit is: NLA 108 903 01

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Re: 356B Fuel Pump Rebuild?

#6 Post by Al Zim » Sat Jan 22, 2022 5:03 pm

I is not just take it apart and put it together. You should have a thick piece of glass and some reasonably fine wet dry automotive finish paper. You will also need a small stone like is used on a sink handle valve to make sure the opening in the top of the pump is flat for the valve to seat against. Otherwise the fuel pressure will be low. You can measure the fuel pump stroke with a 150 MM machinist scale. When assembling the pump the gasket should lay flat against the bottom of the pump.
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