rob if you feel comfortable taking the pumps apart more power to you.i don't know this guy from a hole in the wall,dont know what he can and cant do,i will tell you what I know for sure when the pump needs to go full psi it needs to work Julio rebuilds them and does a great job.I've taken the pumps apart before and have never seen any issues that warrant 80.00 bucks for just a diaphragm at least in my case of the pumps I've had apart.
rob if you feel comfortable taking the pumps apart more power to you.i don't know this guy from a hole in the wall,dont know what he can and cant do,i will tell you what I know for sure when the pump needs to go full psi it needs to work Julio rebuilds them and does a great job.
relax remember its always cheaper than race gas
I have 3 of them. we use them in a motorhome as well.
rob I don't see a lot of guys asking for parts to rebuild their walboros or whatever fuel pumps guys are using.the facts are most people are running pumps that cost a lot less to make than they paid for them,that goes for most auto parts these days, right or wrong it is what it is.me personally I lean on my meth kit hard and it needs to work and its one less thing I have to tinker with. when I get the pump back it needs to work like a new pump regardless if its rebuilt.i just put it on the spring cleaning list and call it a day.I wish he would just sell the parts I need and let me decide what the pump needs or doesn't need.
im talking about a basic shureflow pump compared julios modded shureflow.if Julio wants to come on here and tell exactly what he does to the pump that is up to him.
You need to replace the diaphragm and cam assembly, you need to replace the valve, you need to replace the check valve and seal kit, you need to replace the teflon gasket, you need to replace the fasteners, you need to check the clearances between the outer diaphragm and upper housing and adjust using teflon shims.
Water is fine.. come jump on it. The 80 we charge covers the parts and very minimal labor. Not even going to get into having to obviously warranty the work performed to the pump. Been doing it for 13 years.
My Canadian customers simply pull the heads off the pumps and send that in parcel post as its less than 4 lbs. Motors dont go bad.
I'll sell you the parts, but won't help with any issue if it arises with installation of those parts. Thats why we ask they come in.