http://www.msprotege.com/members/duMb KeoLa/DSC04094.JPGTurfBurn said:No s*** eh??? wow... got pics?
this is exactly what i did. It clips on nice and firm and no tie wraps. If the dang wife hadnt taken the digital camera tonite, I would take pics. I think the how to should be updated with this way and not the tie wrap way.tekkie said:I dont know if this was mentioned in this thread or not but this makes it even a little easier.
My walbro had 4 plastic tabs on it at the bottom, I just heated up a razor blade and cut them off, then I cut into the plastic piece as shown in the attached file. This way you do not have to cut the edges of the plastic piece that holds the pump in place, no wire ties, less chance of it falling off. The rubber support that was there had to be removed though, but its holding perfectly this way. Now you can go back to stock if you want
No this is not the fuel filter. This is the little "bag" filter that filters stuff from getting in the pump. More of a screen I'd guess you could say.protegeric said:Is this, "Step Eight: Either transfer the the screen to the new pump, or if you bought a new one, put it on the new pump." referring to the fuel filter? I`ve wondered about changing my own fuel filter and I would like to. Do I do it pretty much the same way?
kyle's protege5 said:No this is not the fuel filter. This is the little "bag" filter that filters stuff from getting in the pump. More of a screen I'd guess you could say.