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Fuel pump
#1362274 Wed May 27 2020 07:30 PM
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wokri Offline OP
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Hello,
if i fix the fuel pump, must the handle under the camshaft or must i fix it over the camshaft?
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Wolfgang


I'm working on a Chevy Pickup 3600, build 1953 with an 235 cui engine.
Here you can watch my truck: https://www.kripahle-online.de/unterricht/?page_id=2532
Re: Fuel pump
wokri #1362296 Wed May 27 2020 08:56 PM
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If you check the wear marks on the lever they are on the back side indicating that is the side that rides on the camshaft, short answer... it rides on top. Good luck with your project.


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