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Old 09-14-2011, 08:45 PM   #15
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The small piece is a fuel filter. What is the Brand & P/N of the fuel pump you bought? Do you know the PSI rating? A carburator cannot use fuel pumps that are greater than say 7 or 8 PSI.

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Thank you again, Dave. It was the only one they had that was in the middle, they had one that was 2 to 4 and one that was 8 to something. And cool, that's means I don't have to buy another fuel filter.
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Old 09-14-2011, 08:50 PM   #16
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Like the other stated the first pic was a crusie contol actuator and the second is a inline fuel pump.
When you get this thing running I'm sure you are gonna use up a few fuel filters.
By the way that fuel filter you got with your new pump. It looks to be the same as most common one used on carbed ford cars/pickups from 1965-1982. it might save you money on replacments if so. check it out.
Thank you, I will check it out. Yeah, I am planning to be changing them out for a bit.
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