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Old 07-24-2013, 07:02 AM
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Fuel pumps

Fuel pump went out on 02' 7.3 other than replacing with OE what are my other options
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Old 07-24-2013, 07:45 AM
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The walboro GSL392 is an option but it isn't nearly as reliable as a stock fuel pump. It can be a good pump but in my opinion you would want to have good fuel filtration before it got to your pump. If your truck is mostly stock stick with a stock pump.
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Old 07-24-2013, 07:54 AM
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It has a Pre filter b4 pump removed screens in tank and replaced with frame mounted Baldwin
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This was suggested to me from a fellow forum member last week when my stocker died- New Premium High Performance Fuel Pump Ford Pickup Van 7 3L Diesel E2236 | eBay

Working good so far and a lot cheaper then any other place I could find.
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Old 07-26-2013, 05:00 AM
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I will stick with the Walbro I have run that pump and like it but was looking for other suggestion tan stock,Walbro

Thanx guys
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Walbro equals 100% crap... Why pay $100 for a junk pump that is not rated for diesel use...

Here is an OEM replacement for only a few bucks more...

Riffraff Diesel: Bosch Electric Fuel Pump

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What are you actually looking to do? just replace the pump with a reliable alternative or is this an excuse to upgrade your fuel system?

If you're just looking for replacement I agree with Joe, Bosch is hard to beat.

I personally would get rid of the fuel bowl and have some more filtration... I have the competition setup from Jake @ IDP but there's a more stock friendly kit that he offers. Buy Online | Irate Diesel Performance LLC
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Walbro

Walbro pumps are far from junk. If you want to burn more of your fuel and eliminate vapor, you need to raise the pressure. The OEM pump doesn't do well at this. I have a scrap barrel with my old ones and have never looked back.
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Old 08-14-2013, 10:21 PM
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Walbro pumps are far from junk. If you want to burn more of your fuel and eliminate vapor, you need to raise the pressure. The OEM pump doesn't do well at this. I have a scrap barrel with my old ones and have never looked back.
The Walbro does NOTHING better then the stock pump.

Vapor? Really? are we back to comparing gas to diesel?

The Walbro pump is not rated for diesel. It will not last.

I have a scrap bin of Walbros at home, 4 of them now...

Know how many stock pumps I have killed... NONE.
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This was suggested to me from a fellow forum member last week when my stocker died- New Premium High Performance Fuel Pump Ford Pickup Van 7 3L Diesel E2236 | eBay

Working good so far and a lot cheaper then any other place I could find.
There was just a 6mon update on this pump...(another forum thread) Guy running wvo through it, so far so good..
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