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Bought all this to put in my Viggen to future proof for any upgrades I put in but then ended up finding a cheap winter C900 and won't have a use for this till next summer so I wouldn't mind having a little extra cash and not just have this sit here. Paid $120 on summit for the pump and install kit, $30 for a 1ft section of gates submersible in-tank fuel line, and also have the $4 metal fuel line retainer for the outside of the fuel pump assembly where the lines attach and have the poorly designed plastic clips that always break.

This is everything you will need to install the walbro including hose clamps and electrical connectors. Asking $120 shipped, just trying to get some of my money back.



 

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hmmmm good deal, and I am on the original fuel pump still......
so when do those stock ones usually shit the bed? i'm at 125k in my '99
Mine went last winter at ~140K I have a thread on here somewhere with the exact time when it happened. I ended up just going with a stock replacement and then bought this and now am storing the car for the winter so I won't have a need for it till the summer.

Edit: http://saablink.net/forum/showthread.php?t=45592
 
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