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rebuilder BOSCH Kugelfischer injection pump service old info


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This is a listing of mechanical injection pump rebuilders

from my Mercedes-Benz Service Information Technicial Publications bulletin dated December 1984

It might help someone - interesting if the companies still exist.

Maybe someone living near these addresses can comment

Jerry Fairchild, Inc.

8509 Bedford Motorway

Corona, CA. 91720

714-734-8350

Jerry Fairchild

Culver City Diesel Inj.

5426 Sepulveda Blvd.

Culver City, CA. 90230

213-398-9388

Mashinter Research

414 9th Street

Rockford, IL. 61108

Bill Mashinter

'86 R65 650cc #6128390 22,000m
'64 R27 250cc #383851 18,000m
'11 FORD Transit #T058971 28,000m "Truckette"
'13 500 ABARTH #DT600282 6,666m "TAZIO"

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You missed Wes Ingram. A few KF owners in our area have used him. I visited Wes's facilities in NW Washington and was very impressed with his operation. He rebuilds KF and Spica pumps. As well he builds Alfa race engines. While I was there he was running a 6 cyl KF pump on his bench. Little devil sounded like a race car engine on it's own.

Ingram Enterprises

15613 Peterson Road

Bldg C, Burlington,

Washington 98233

www.wesingram.com

360-707-5701

wing@nwlink.com

73 Inka Tii #2762958

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A list from 2006 here:

http://www.bmw2002faq.com/content/view/66/32/

Cheers,

You missed Wes Ingram. A few KF owners in our area have used him. I visited Wes's facilities in NW Washington and was very impressed with his operation. He rebuilds KF and Spica pumps. As well he builds Alfa race engines. While I was there he was running a 6 cyl KF pump on his bench. Little devil sounded like a race car engine on it's own.

Ingram Enterprises

15613 Peterson Road

Bldg C, Burlington,

Washington 98233

www.wesingram.com

360-707-5701

wing@nwlink.com

Ray

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