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Old 11-15-2005, 10:26 PM
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How do you collect your oil?

I bought one of these
http://www2.northerntool.com/product-1/16817.htm

"self priming" pumps from northern and it really doesn't work all that well when I tested it with water. This is the last big item I need to start making bio.
What pumps do you folks use to collect oil?
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Can't get the link to work. You talking about the little pony pump with the rubber impeller? Doesn't look very fuel friendly.
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I don't know why that link failed. Here is a eHay item number for the same pump 8014653530

Heck of a mark up on it too. Anyways yeah rubber impeller. I choose this one because it says it self priming but it won't even start lift water 1 inch. It does pump ok after I prime it my self.

I would really like a 12 volt pump that has some serious gpm. That won't cost a arm and a leg.
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