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#705830 - Thu Dec 23 2010 08:06 AM Re: AC glass top fuel pump rebuild? [Re: yar]
Grigg Offline
Registered: Tue May 10 2005 12:00 PM
Posts: 7593
Loc: Lexington, VA
A little hooked puller widget might yank the one on he right out.
The one on the left, if it seals any, might come out by over pressurizing with a grease gun, might also split the housing...

Drilling and threading a small slide hammer in sounds like a good idea too.

Grigg
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1952 Chevrolet 3800 pickup

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#705882 - Thu Dec 23 2010 01:12 PM Re: AC glass top fuel pump rebuild? [Re: Grigg]
Denny Graham Offline
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Registered: Mon Oct 02 2006 12:00 PM
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Loc: Sandwich, IL
Sheet metal screw in the small slide hammer worked like a charm, took less than a minute to pop them out with absolutely no damage what so ever to the casting. Only way to go.

DG
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#843161 - Wed Apr 11 2012 05:59 PM Re: AC glass top fuel pump rebuild? [Re: Denny Graham]
801curt Offline
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Registered: Fri Aug 28 2009 10:58 AM
Posts: 292
Loc: Salt Lake City, Utah
Here is a picture of my glass top fuel pump from my '48 1.5 ton. Before I destroy my old valves I want to make sure that these new ones (in the picture) will work on my pump. The kit I purchased is from Jim Carter.
I appreciate all input, Thanks
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#843280 - Thu Apr 12 2012 08:18 AM Re: AC glass top fuel pump rebuild? [Re: 801curt]
don stocker Offline
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Registered: Wed Nov 29 2006 12:00 PM
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Loc: osceola, wi
I did as Denny mentions with the sheet metal screw. Worked perfect. I've done this a few times.
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#843319 - Thu Apr 12 2012 11:52 AM Re: AC glass top fuel pump rebuild? [Re: don stocker]
801curt Offline
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Registered: Fri Aug 28 2009 10:58 AM
Posts: 292
Loc: Salt Lake City, Utah
Don is this what you would consider a 'small slide hammer'?
Do you see any problems with the new valves ? Though they have a different style top/bottom the size and functionality seems the same to me.
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1948 1.5ton Loadmaster
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#843325 - Thu Apr 12 2012 12:17 PM Re: AC glass top fuel pump rebuild? [Re: 801curt]
rustednuts Offline
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Registered: Fri Feb 10 2006 12:00 PM
Posts: 3165
Loc: Kingston, WA
I used a cotter pin puller on mine and popped them out. It didn't mar the pump top.

As long as the valves are the same size, they should work. Mine were different types but the size was the same.

Other AC pumps I've taken apart had a small hourglass piece of thin metal placed between the valves to hold them in place and attached directly between the valves with a small screw.

Jeff
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#843892 - Sat Apr 14 2012 09:16 PM Re: AC glass top fuel pump rebuild? [Re: rustednuts]
801curt Offline
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Registered: Fri Aug 28 2009 10:58 AM
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Loc: Salt Lake City, Utah
Thanks Jeff, I picked up a cotter pin puller today, tomorrow I hope to remove the old ones.

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#843954 - Sun Apr 15 2012 07:54 AM Re: AC glass top fuel pump rebuild? [Re: 801curt]
don stocker Offline
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Registered: Wed Nov 29 2006 12:00 PM
Posts: 2667
Loc: osceola, wi
I have also used a vice grip on the screw and then a small piece of wood to pry against. They come out pretty easy. The replacements usually look different but work just fine.
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#844276 - Mon Apr 16 2012 02:04 PM Re: AC glass top fuel pump rebuild? [Re: 801curt]
801curt Offline
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Registered: Fri Aug 28 2009 10:58 AM
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Loc: Salt Lake City, Utah
The old ones were not to difficult to remove. The 'star face' broke off of one, but otherwise it was straight forward. Thanks again!
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