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Bosch 0044 Lift Pump

Does anyone where online I can find a real Bosch 0044 lift pump? I bought one on ebay for 90$ and it leaks out the negative terminal. I suspect Chinese fake.
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I'm a little worried that this is a fake. some of the reviews say it is
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I purchased mine from Amazon 2 years ago, no problems.

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I ended up buying one from summit racing for 230$, they didn't send any thing with it. the 90$ one I bought from ebay came with hardware extra fitting and even boots to cover terminals. you could not tell the fake from on a first Glace. but it was obvious that all maeking on the pumps where in different fonts, and the real pimp came with bosch paperwork. the fake did work, but just spend the extra money
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My Bosch 044 failed me agian. The only thing that ever let me down on this truck. A local guy, who started a business installing his own fuel systems on powerstrokes, told me that with a large pump like that, It will continue to fail if I use dual tanks. Something about the selector vavle screws with the pump. He recommended a super duty pump which is a smaller Bosch pump but should support my 160s. This pump is supposed to be more reliable, I've been running it for a few weeks and no problems yet. I firgued I'd share this information maybe it will help someone esle.
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