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Old 04-29-2021, 06:41 PM   #1
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Fuel polisher portable SOLD

This is a "Home Made" (by an engineer) fuel polisher.

Works Perfectly, has not been used for 3 years, runs

The Racor alone is $1200!

Located in Portland, OR

$650.00

Try as I might (2 hours) I could not get the pictures to be right(even rotating originals)! PM me for originals, if interested.
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Old 04-29-2021, 09:19 PM   #2
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This is a "Home Made" (by an engineer) fuel polisher.

Works Perfectly, has not been used for 3 years, runs

The Racor alone is $1200!

Located in Portland, OR

$650.00

Try as I might (2 hours) I could not get the pictures to be right(even rotating originals)! PM me for originals, if interested.
Do you know how many gph the pump is rated for? Sounds tempting, decent to pack and ship?
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Old 04-30-2021, 01:05 PM   #3
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Pump

AS stated on the label in the picture:
Pacific Hydrostar Portable Utility Pump 120V 60Hz 8.4A Flow: 1500 GPH 25 GPM
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Old 04-30-2021, 03:26 PM   #4
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AS stated on the label in the picture:
Pacific Hydrostar Portable Utility Pump 120V 60Hz 8.4A Flow: 1500 GPH 25 GPM

Are you the 'engineer' who built it?
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This is a "Home Made" (by an engineer) fuel polisher.



Works Perfectly, has not been used for 3 years, runs



The Racor alone is $1200!



Located in Portland, OR



$650.00



Try as I might (2 hours) I could not get the pictures to be right(even rotating originals)! PM me for originals, if interested.


I am interested.

I am in Seattle area.
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Old 04-30-2021, 06:16 PM   #6
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No, I did not build it. The gentleman was a very respected yachtsman who had a very large trawler in the PNW. He would polish his fuel before heading West.
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Try as I might (2 hours) I could not get the pictures to be right(even rotating originals)! PM me for originals, if interested.

I've encountered this issue with pictures on a number of occasions. I found a "workaround" of sorts and now use that method all the time. The "workaround" is to take a screen shot (PrtScn on a PC), open Windows "Paint" (or similar editor), paste in the screenshot, crop it and save as a .jpg. It's a bit of a PitA, but the resolution is still good enough and your pictures will always be oriented correctly when you upload to TF.
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Sold, thanks to all!
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