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|erich norteman||hi all, thanks for all the help w/ my projects. I have a refitment question not how per se. here it is. the 160 had a kawasaki 16 bad motor, I retrofot a kohler 14 in place, I noticed the kawasaki had a fuel pump do I need to transfer or rig a fuel pump for a fuel transfer to make it run?Im almost done and this is going to be fun to use. thanks for the help, Erich
|bontai Joe||Unless your fuel tank is mounted higher than the motor to use gravity, you will need a fuel pump.
|Dale G. Basgall||You need a fuel transfer pump when the fuel tank is below the carburetor level. An electric pump like on the gators will work.
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