Fuel Pump Inlet Hose

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packard36
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Fuel Pump Inlet Hose

Post by packard36 » Mon Jul 13, 2009 4:03 am

I am trying to locate the part number and source for a 35-36 120 Fuel Pump Inlet Hose. I read that NAPA suplies them but they need the orginal part number to look it up. I believe the part number is 302997 but I am not sure.

Thanks!!

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Re: Fuel Pump Inlet Hose

Post by Dave Czirr » Mon Jul 13, 2009 4:58 am

These hoses are a PAC regional project, have been for a while. You can buy a new one made with modern fuel-injection rubber compatible with modern gasoline from Niagara Packards, 50 Wimbledon Road, Guelph, Ontario Canada NIH 7N1. It's their "Style 3" replacing Packard part #302995 for 35-36 120 models. $20 + $3 shipping last time I looked. Niagara Packards has a website for more info, or you can email <ndwel7899@rogers.com>.

packard36
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Re: Fuel Pump Inlet Hose

Post by packard36 » Mon Jul 13, 2009 6:14 am

Hey Dave,

Thanks for the quick reply. You certainly keep busy with this Packard stuff.

I found Niagara Packard last night on the Internet and emailed them this morning for instructions on how to purchase the Type 3 fuel line but have not heard back from them. I used a different email address so maybe I should try the one you posted. I will let you know how I make out.

Thanks again!!!

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