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PumpGuy123 Timothy Jordan
Boston, USA   USA
Hello,
Could someone tell me what model fuel pump this is? It has ID numbers 7050389 and en32b on the handle part. What range of Triumphs does this fit on?

Thanks, and happy motoring.

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Tonyfixit Tony M
Duncan, BC, Canada   CAN
Looks like the OE pump that came off my 74, and just about as crusty.

I would not trust that diaphragm, time for a rebuild. If I remember rightly, my pump was an AC.

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claytoncnc Gold Member Marcus Clayton
Melbourne, Ivanhoe, Australia   AUS
Clean up and rebuild that early pump.

New diaphragm and valves it will deliver at the correct pressure for another 40 years.

It should fit all cars, but it is probably from a mk1 or mk2 that had that short priming lever



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2017-12-28 05:49 PM by claytoncnc.

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PumpGuy123 Timothy Jordan
Boston, USA   USA
Would it be worth $50?

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claytoncnc Gold Member Marcus Clayton
Melbourne, Ivanhoe, Australia   AUS
It is a far better quality item than the new ones, but it would need some time and money spent

http://www.goss.com.au/products/631VC

It is worth what someone is willing to pay.

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Tonyfixit Tony M
Duncan, BC, Canada   CAN
In reply to # 1504808 by PumpGuy123 Would it be worth $50?

Rebuilt after ultrasonic cleaning etc. I guess it's possible someone might buy it.

Why?

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Herald948 Andrew Mace
East Nassau, upstate NY, USA   USA
In reply to # 1504808 by PumpGuy123 Would it be worth $50?
I'm not sure I'd pay that much. However, if someone were to at least clean it off, and if there are no broken bits or other damage, I'd give it some thought. Like Marcus said: new valves and diaphragm would likely keep your grandkids' enjoyment of your car pretty much trouble-free!

Full disclosure: 1. I've paid less for better looking rebuildables. 2. They'll also fit Heralds! grinning smiley



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spits paul krause
Sunnyandhot, FL, USA   USA
1968 Triumph Spitfire MkIII
1969 Triumph Spitfire MkIII "Rusty; Gone But Not Forgotten!"
1969 Triumph Spitfire MkIII
The forged lever arm is the key. No replacement pumps have it. Non-OEM pumps use a laminated approach. Some even resorted to a folded sheet metal implementation that had a bad habit of fatiguing and leaving the arm in the oil pan.
Bottom line--good piece of hardware.



Best,

Paul

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Greg1835 Greg S
Rudolph, WI, USA   USA
I do like the priming lever on the older pumps.

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PumpGuy123 Timothy Jordan
Boston, USA   USA
Get the pump while it's still $1.00. Bid now and sell it for more later!

Click Here for the eBay link

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Fictioneer Doug Hirt
Colorado Springs, CO, USA   USA
Who sells replacement parts for the original AC fuel pumps? TRF sells kits for the TR4A pumps but I've not seen them for the Spits.



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PumpGuy123 Timothy Jordan
Boston, USA   USA
This individual restored a fuel pump using parts from The Roadster Factory. Buy it while it's still up there! (My Ebay Link)

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