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My H3 Lives

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    Posted: 30 Aug 2011 at 6:52am
Hi   Yesterday  I spent an hour driving my H3 around  (driveway looks decent but I need a lot more practice).  I ran it some last week  but it kept running out of gas.  I had eliminated the fuel pump as it was shot and I didn't have another.  Sunday I decided to risk it and try and repair it. I had an almost new pump I took off of an engine at the scrap yard. different arm etc.  but  I took it apart anyway.  the guts looked the same.  so I reassembled the original pump housing with the new guts.  worked great. the only prob I have is the hand pump lever is busted. I will find a way to repair or remake the arm  but not right now.  I ran it for at least an hour.  35# oil press and it never got over 180 degrees.  I still need to move the seat back,  my legs just don't like to be bent enough to run the brakes.  I noticed the clutch pedal is a lot lower than the brakes. Is tis normal?   I need to find a few parts,  the plastic knob on the throttle lever,  a tach cable,  the air breather cover for the shuttle clutch and hydraulic system.
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