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Petrol Pump

Discussion in 'Rebuilds and restorations' started by anthon51, Dec 26, 2016.

  1. anthon51

    Z Club Member

    I must apoligise to Mike Feeney as there is no disrespect in this email regarding supplies as I have had excellent service from Him in the past. Having searched high and low for a service kit for my pump which happened to be a (Ampco) for my 1974 260 Z I ended up on this website in the USA (aladdin automotive parts) .Wanting to keep my car as original as possible I managed to get a pump which looked exactly the same as the one on my car. I received it last saturday morning.I have stripped down both pumps and used the parts that I needed for my old pump. It looks original to me but I have yet to test it out.
    The pump from aladdin cost $12.68 and the postage and packing came to $ all in all it was about £45.00.I hope this was of some help especially when I saw a second hand pump on ebay for £100 unserviced just out of the car it was in.Merry xmas and all the best for the new year to everyone.Tony Bates:thumbs:
  2. SacCyclone

    Z Club Member

    Hi Tony,

    Do you have the part number for the pump you ordered from Aladdin????
  3. johnymd

    Z Club Member

    I'd be interested to know if rebuild parts are available for 240z pumps. I have one that appears as new inside but the diaphragm is very hard.
  4. nospark

    nospark Forum User

    Likewise. The exposed outer edge of my diaphragm doesn't look in the best of shapes. Would be interested in any kits that emerge. For the Kyosan Denki mechanical pump I believe (check) the part numbers are:-

    Diaphragm 17053 W5301
    2 X Valve Actuators 17065 U6010

    (Nissan also used Nikki pumps but the internals are different and one brand doesn't fit the other - check)

    In the USA they sell a GHB brand which is an OE replacement lookalike. Don't know if the internals of their pumps would fit a kyosan denki or a nikki pump. Saccyclone got info ?
  5. SacCyclone

    Z Club Member

  6. Mr.F

    ZClub Administrator
    Committee Member

    Replacement diaphragm recently made "no longer available" by Nissan GB.

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