Fill-Rite Replacement Parts & Overhaul Kits

Sometime it's better to just buy the parts you need and sometimes it's better to just buy a new pump. Here is a quick quide.

If you are just over your warranty period and you have less than 200 hours on the pump you might consider buying the parts.

If your pump is older it's probably going to save you money in the long run to purchase a new pump. Motor life on most fuel transfer pumps is 300 hours. Some of the heavier duty pumps are rated up to a 500 hours.

With regular use on most transfer pumps averaging around 100 hour a year, these pumps should last 3 to 5 years max. So if you are approaching the motor life or if you have had multiple repairs, it's probably time to consider a new pump.

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