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help with w108 250s fuel pump

'hello benz folks,
I just purchased my 1st vintage mercedes its a 67 250sw/ zenith carbs, one original owner, interiors are all intact and original, however the fuel pump has died and can no longer supply fuel to the big dual carbs, can i put in a universal electronic fuel pump, ive tried to look for the same oem fuel pump for more than a week now and cant seem to find one, thank you in advance sir's
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You can find lots of good info on the mechanical fuel pump here:

Mercedes-Benz Ponton Workshop

and specifically here:

Mercedes-Benz Ponton Fuel Pumps

and

Mercedes-Benz Ponton fuel pump rebuild

and

Mercedes-Benz Ponton Fuel Pump Reconditioning


The older Pontons and the later Fintails and W108's like yours share similar parts.

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BTW, you can find fuel pumps online, such as:

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