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Unhappy Weterbeke Fuel Pump repair

I have a Westerbeke W33 1982 and have a small leak in the Delivery Valve Holder. I have not had any luck in finding a replacement. I am sure it is the seating washer but can not fine replacement parts. I am located in the Pasadena MD area. Any help would be greatly appriciated.
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I would start by making a call to Arundel Diesel & Performance near BWI and see if they can help, or try Cobe Marine at Hog Neck & Fort Smallwood.
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Re: Weterbeke Fuel Pump repair

Keep in mind any 12v 25gph pump will do if it is rated for diesel, then check NAPA. I suspect paying 150 for a WB part will pale in comparison to the 40 bucks you can spend at NAPA.
I did that for my WB 30, I know the pain.
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