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    Red face Ted Williams - Tecumseh 4.5 HP 2-cycle air cooled Need fuel pump diaphragm

    I've had this old motor for several years and want to get it running again.
    I took the carb apart and cleaned all holes and jets. Now I need to know where I can find the diaphragm.
    The carb has a standard Lauson bowl and float set up and I was able to get those parts at a local lawnmower store.
    I need a source for this small 1 3/4" X 3/4" pump on the side of the carb.
    It's only one of these with the little rubber flappers.
    I don't think it liked the carb cleaner.* It looks ok but I wouldn't want to set stranded too far off shore and have to paddle.
    THANKS* GUYS*** JACK

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    Default Re: Ted Williams - Tecumseh 4.5 HP 2-cycle air cooled Need fuel pump diaphragm

    These guys will have everything you need and they are authorized resellers for Certified parts corp. who bought Eska years ago, http://www.boatsportandtackle.com/servlet/StoreFront

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    Default Re: Ted Williams - Tecumseh 4.5 HP 2-cycle air cooled Need fuel pump diaphragm

    Excellent..MrCrabs.!! I just ordered a manual and complete carb kit plus some extra gaskets and filters.
    Now a nice little motor that was destined to become a boat anchor will soon be back on the lake.
    Thanks a million...

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