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Help time please....

The k301 for my c120 (bought the tractor literally in pieces but all there I think???? :blink:) is missing the fuel pump. I've check the engine out with the ol  intravenous method and its :handgestures-thumbupright:. Ebay will sell you one for anywhere from $20 - $160. I know you get what you pay for but....... really?????

Isave tractors has one in the $50 range. Any experience with the plethora  (is that really a word??:huh:) of 301 pumps out there?

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Think "Electric".  I use Facets but other have good luck with a variety of other brands.  Al  less than what a kohler pump will cost.  Search on here for "Electric Fuel Pumps"

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@953 nut has a link to electric that he uses, he will chime in soon

 

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Thanks guys.

I think I will look into the electric

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I've been running a cheap ebay one on the K301 on my C-125 for years and I haven't had any problems.

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