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Tii Fuel pump


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Anybody know if this is the correct fuel pump for my 74 Tii?

My Brother in law had a box of parts in the trunk when he gave me the car.

The numbers on the Bosch box are the same numbers on the pump.

Its 10:30 in Michigan or I would climb under it to verify.

This is what I got off a Maxilmillian site:

10 FUEL PUMP 16121107414 $698.53 Different numbers.

This is for Blunt, Dave & the Boys I was heading to the Glen with till the Kfish belt broke in Ohio::::

There are two Kfish belts in this box. THIS SUCKS BIGTIME...... I wish I wouldn't have found these belts. I would feel a lot better about the breakdown. This really sucks. I could crack myself in the head for not going through this box of parts. They are going in my trunk NOW....

nt

Thank you for your time....

nt

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As the man said - looks good to me. As an aside I've just ordered this pump as a replacement for the Tii:

http://www.merlinmotorsport.co.uk/p11164/Fuel-Pump-BMW-528i-E12-2.8-(580464070)/product_info.html

That works out around $150 - I'll let people know how I get on, but whose going to spend nearly 800 bucks on a BMW/bosch pump? I'm all for originality, but for something stuffed under the car that's absurd.

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