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Hi,

Has anyone changed or replaced a fuel pump on an INT650 or a GT? I changed tanks for purely cosmetic reasons and when I was done I had a fuel leak from the fuel pump… I’m pretty handy and I work on bikes and other things fairly often but I cannot figure out how to set the O Rings without them moving and/or damaging them during the fuel pump installation. Any guidance would truly be appreciated.

Thanks,
Mike
 

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Good luck with getting an answer mate.
I was hoping this forum would be relatively active but seems to be dead.

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Thanks Peter,

I’m realizing there isn’t much activity in this forum unfortunately… in case it is of any interest to you I think I figured out the fuel pump install, the o rings are not secured to the fuel pump when you install it so if the tank is upside down and you turn over the fuel pump to install it the o rings get dislodged so I placed the fuel tank on a bench with the fuel pump opening exposed and worked it in from underneath, so far, so good. Have a good one!

Thanks,
Mike
 

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Thanks Peter,

I’m realizing there isn’t much activity in this forum unfortunately… in case it is of any interest to you I think I figured out the fuel pump install, the o rings are not secured to the fuel pump when you install it so if the tank is upside down and you turn over the fuel pump to install it the o rings get dislodged so I placed the fuel tank on a bench with the fuel pump opening exposed and worked it in from underneath, so far, so good. Have a good one!

Thanks,
Mike
So you had a win?
I get get satisfaction from an issue that I can fix myself.

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