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  • Fuel pump part


    Chrishar
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    Looking for the vacuum diaphragm for a kohler k161 fuel pump  help please thank you 



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    Wheel horse Will

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    Www.isavetractors.com has them for $10.

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    Chrishar

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    I sent a PM To buckrancher and no answer does anybody know we're i can find one so I can get my 702 up a going help please 

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    WHX??

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    He does miss his mail sometimes did you check with https://isavetractors.com/ Phone # is listed. 

    In the mean time you can run a direct fuel line from the tank to the carb. Keep the tank somewhat full and let gravity do the work. 

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