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Old 08-12-2019, 06:46 AM   #1
Peter in NH
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Default 36 Fuel Pump

I'm going to install an electric fuel pump in my 36 Fordoor Humpback. I'm tired
of grinding my battery down to nothing every time I try to start her. She's my
driver so I just want to get in, turn the ignition instant it up and go for a ride.
So, I've noticed some people install the electric unit and set it up so they only
use it to start the vehicle after it's been sitting for a while and some bypass
the original pump all together. Any clear advantage to either method or is it
strictly a matter of preference?

Will appreciate any comments you all have concerning this issue as I'm ready to
uncomplicate this part of my enjoyment of owning an early Ford.
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