Fuel Pump Kits


Michael Echemann

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<font face="Arial" size="2">Scott:</font>

<font face="Arial" size="2">You might also check with the bilgemaster. He's has been looking for the same item. Bill, any leads yet?</font>
<font face="Arial" size="2">I have a fuel pump repair kit and it was made by a company called "Effbe" in Western Germany the amphi part # is there but the box also has a manufactures part # of MPE-4-V. Maybe our German friends can let us know something about this company and if they still exist.</font>

<font face="Arial" size="2">David Chapman:</font>

<font face="Arial" size="2">David, do you know if a company called Whiteley(Rishworth) LTD still exists. Theymade a nice water pump rebuild kit.</font>

<font face="Arial" size="2">Mike</font>

David Chapman

I've had a look and although I've found a Rishworth Ltd they don't know
anything about the rebuild kit. We have 2 major classic car shows here in the
next couple of months so I'll look out and ask there.

FYI, if anyone needs to find out about companies or people in the UK there are
two great resources, www.yell.com is a normal type of telephone Yellow Pages
lookup, www.192.com does a similar thing but goes much further, it links with
the electoral register* and cross references to the phone book, maps and other
resources, you have to register (it's free) but can then find just about
anyone !

* Everyone over 18 has to, by law, be on the electoral register, it lists your
name and address which is then your entitlement to vote. The info is updated
every year, so even though you do not have to vote in elections you can't
escape being on this publicly available list.

David Chapman in the UK

>David, do you know if a company called Whiteley (Rishworth) LTD still exists.
They made a nice water pump rebuild kit.