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Hi all, got the carb rebuilt on my 720, adjusted the valves, and replaced the valve cover gaskets. It's running better than ever, but now the fuel pump is leaking! I noticed it was wet with fuel while I was adjusting the carb, so I thought I'd tighten the screws a little. Bad idea! It's leaking twice as bad as before. Does anyone know where to get a kit for the pump? Also, after I finished mowing (while carrying the fire extinguisher just in case!) I noticed some oil around the LH head, so I'm going to need head gaskets soon too. Who has the best prices/availability on parts for these?

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Put a electric pump on it. $28.99 at Advance Auto Parts but you can only buy it online. Go to, http://www.advanceautoparts.com/ and then click on "Shop Online", Do a search for PRO06SV Or you can buy one here: http://www.aircraftspruce.com/ Do a search for the following: 40106 FACET SOL ST FUEL PUMP

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Thanks Mike, just got a qoute on a new pump from the onan dealer: $228! I'm thinking the $30 electric is the way to go. Did you just leave the old pump in place, or makeup some kind of blockoff/mounting plate for the electric pump?

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Took the old pump off and made a aluminum block off. Makes it easier to get to the carburetor main jet adjustment. Mount the electric pump as shown:


Used existing corner bolt and picked up 12 volts from coil. Ground wire to the coil clamp. Picture shows in-line Fram filter. The electric pump will never dump fuel in the crankcase.

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Nice loooking installation Mike. I ordered the facet pump from aircraft spuce today (I liked the look of the all-metal facet pump compared to the plastic cased advance auto pump). Pulling power from the coil is a good idea, that way it's switched already, no need for extra wiring. Thanks for the advice. By the way, who is a good source for gaskets? The local dealer wants $17 each for head gaskets.

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