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I did an engine swap on my Craftsman 300 riding mower. The mower was a gravity feed fuel system and the motor I put in has a fuel pump. When I first started it up there was very little fuel in the tank and I ran the fuel line up high over the tank and then down to the pump. It ran fine until it ran out of gas. When I filled up the tank now all it wants to do is flood. how can I make this high tank work with the fuel pump motor?
- Re: Kohler fuel pump engine in Craftsman gravity feed mower Richard Cabler Wednesday, July 05, 2017
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