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    [img]/media/kunena/attachments/vb/662439=25220-2primer pump.jpg[/img]Anyone know where I can get a "primer pump" or "feed pump" for my Chrysler Mitts? I called Keith and he wanted $500.. What a crook..

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    Bryan, the 6ds7/CM655 is an industrial engine, and may be available at Mitsu. Let me see what I can dig up in my notes for you......

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      #3
      The part should be available from a injection pump repair shop. If its a Nippon Denso system find a shop that can repair them & they should be able to get the pump. Some of the hand pumps are rebuildable, that may be another choice. If all else fails you can plumb a outboard priming bulb into the system. Good luck
      Capt. Ron.
      "I will not tiptoe through life to arrive safely at death"
      "Never Trade Luck For Skill"
      1987 3870 - Northern Lights ll
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      on Louisiana pool Mississippi River.

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        thank you both.. I will get on the Google engine and see what I can find.. I hate being stuck dock side.. I burned half my fuel and need to add about 150 gallons.. Fuel costs keep rising..My neighbor fueled up today and said with tax is was $4.00 a gallon for Diesel and rising.. i am hoping to get operational again in plenty of time to avoid the summer travel fuel "tax" increase..

        Anyways, i hope everyone is ready as I am for the warm season!

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          Search other posts here...there's a place called Kraft Power that can get a lot of basic parts for the Mits engines. I'm not home, but when I return around the 19th I have the address if you can't find it.

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            Update..

            kraft power charges $423 for the entire pump.. So I got the manual out and on page 16-4 they show a complete dis-assembly of the pump. I am certain the pump itself is fine so I ordered the nipple washers, packing rings, and gaskets for both pumps for a total of $39.98 + tax and shipping. He has everything in stock except for the gaskets which have to come from Japan. So I expect the order in about two weeks. The manual is very detailed so disassembling, replacing parts and reassembling should be easy.. Once I complete this I will update.. So for $40 I can rebuild both pumps, thanks for the info...

            Ask for Dave at Kraft Power he knows the engine and is very helpful.

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              Capt. Ron,

              Your idea of using the primer bulb has got me thinking.. I am pretty sure the gasket is leaking and I will know for sure when the parts come in. When I shut the engine sown fuel gushes out at the gasket. If that is not the problem I think think the primer bulb will work just fine.. Anyway thanks for the tip.. I found the part number in the manual and came up with these links, not sure if they are the exact part but it it definitely is made by Bosh. A call to Bosh could help as well.

              http://www.alibaba.com/showroom/bosch-feed-pump.html

              http://www.alibaba.com/showroom/for-...210--5250.html

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