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Facet Cube Style 12 Volt Fuel Pump, 1 to 2 max psi

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Brand: Facet Electric Fuel Pumps

Maximum fuel delivery 7 gallons per hour at free-flow. Maximum pressure 1 to 2 psi. Typical flow 3 gph at 0.5 psi. 1/8 NPT female ports. This pump was also sold under Kohler part number 2539301.

For low fuel requirements on small engines up to about 40 horsepower, a single Solid State pump such as this one is usually sufficient. Pumps can be combined in series or parallel to achieve higher pressures or flows. We also offer several models with higher flow rates and pressures for engines up to about 150 horsepower. Facet fuel pumps have low power requirements (about 1 amp at 12 volts) and operate without troublesome seals or diaphragms. This model also features an anti-drainback check valve and an anti-siphon valve. This pump can also replace Facet pump numbers 40226 and 40256.

Beware of counterfeits! We only sell Genuine Facet pumps - not the unreliable foreign knock-offs sold elsewhere. Facet pumps are still Made in the USA.

Not sure if this is the pump you need? Check out our article on Finding the Part Number on Facet Fuel Pumps.

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FAC-40177

Condition: New

1 to 4: $79.99 

5 to 24: $73.54 

25 & up: $67.08 

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5.0

Excellent product. Installed item and it worked as designed.

By Gwolf1944

from Dandridge Tn

Verified Buyer

Comments about Facet Cube Style 12 Volt Fuel Pump, 1 to 2 max psi:

Had a generator that was installed wrong in an RV. They evidently could not figure how to get fuel to it. Installed fuel pump and filter. Connected it to main tank fuel line that was there from previous generator.
Worked the electrics with a switch and all is well. Recommend product for any small engine that is carbureted.

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