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Most Recent Questions
Recent Question:
does this have a shut off switch? how does it turn on & off?
Recent Question:
What is the "lift height" of this pump? (I understand a different intake pipe would be needed.)
Recent Question:
I was wondering about how safe it is to transfer gasoline through a battery operated device.
Questions with Most Recent Answers
Question:
does this have a shut off switch? how does it turn on & off?
Question:
What is the "lift height" of this pump? (I understand a different intake pipe would be needed.)

Customer Questions & Answers for
Roughneck Standard Duty Fuel Transfer Pump - 12 Volt, 15 GPM

Item# 37889
The Roughneck Standard Duty Fuel Transfer Pump is a compact, efficient and reliable self-priming 12V electric pump. An ideal choice for low viscosity petroleum fluids such as kerosene or diesel fuel. Can pump 15 gallons/min. with a 30-min. duty cycle with a 6.5-ft. max. suction lift. Amps 25, Bypass Valve Yes, Dimensions L x W x H in. 17 x 15 x 12, Duty Cycle 30 min., Flow GPM 15, Hose in. x ft. 3/4 x 13, Inlet Port in. 1, Max. Suction Lift ft. 6 1/2, Nozzle Type Manual, Outlet Port in. 3/4, Seal Type NBR O-ring, Self-Priming Yes, Speed RPM 1,900, Watts 200. NBR O-ring seals for leak-resistant performance 1in. inlet and 3/4in. outlet promotes fast flow Includes 13-ft. hybrid polymer hose, aluminum manual nozzle, 6 1/2ft. battery cable, 40in. steel telescoping pipe and 2in. quick-change coupling
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Questions & Answers for Roughneck Standard Duty Fuel Transfer Pump - 12 Volt, 15 GPM

Question

Can your Reverse the Polarity and Suck Instead of Pump?!

asked 2 months, 3 weeks ago
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Razzor
 - Pittsburgh, PA
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The Roughneck Fuel Transfer Pump can not be changed to reverse the polarity.
answered 2 months, 3 weeks ago
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RoughneckExpert12
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Do you need to prime this pump? to work?

asked 8 months ago
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Rusty12
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This fuel transfer pump is self-priming so the operator doesn't have to prime it.
answered 8 months ago
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RoughneckExpert11
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what is the size and length of the suction pipe

asked 4 years, 6 months ago
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Anonymous
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answer 1
Suction pipe is 1" ID and the length varies from 26 7/16" retracted to 36 9/16" extended.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
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RoughneckExpert
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can this fuel pump be used for gasoline?

asked 2 years, 10 months ago
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Kmanthey
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answer 1
Not for use with gasoline, explosion hazzard
answered 2 years ago
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UncleRock
 - 15670 PA
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answer 2
No this pump cannot be used for gasoline. It is only meant for diesel, kerosene, light oil, and mineral spirits.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
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RoughneckExpert
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can you cut the suction pipe to make a shorter length?

asked 2 years, 10 months ago
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Pipeliner1988
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You can cut the pipe but they are somewhat adjustable
answered 2 years ago
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UncleRock
 - 15670 PA
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answer 2
Yes, you can cut the suction pipe to make a shorter length to fit your application.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
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RoughneckExpert
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How long are the power/ground leads

How long and what gauge are the power and ground leads for the pump?
asked 2 years, 7 months ago
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hhowell1990
 - Austin, tx
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answer 1
The fuel pump power/ground leads are 6 feet long and are 12 gauge.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
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RoughneckExpert
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Can this pump be used with E-85?

asked 1 year, 9 months ago
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Anonymous
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The fuel pump is designed for low viscosity petroleum fluids such as kerosene or diesel fuel.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
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RoughneckExpert
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can this be used with gasoline

asked 3 years, 5 months ago
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farmerschiferl
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No, this Roughneck fuel pump cannot be used with gasoline.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
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RoughneckExpert
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