How To Repair A Honda Pump

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How To Repair A Honda pump. Jb Weld can repair steel, plastic, aluminum, fuel leaks, water radiator and automotive. Today we give a demonstration how to fix a Honda high pressure pump.

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Chris Landry says:

snap-on these days thats a byword for spending too much on to little quality….

spend a fortune on shit tools thats the snap-on way

Christian Walker says:

All i have to say is shut up and get on with it!!! It took you 15 minutes to do a 5 minute job because of your babbling nonsense that you stopped to continue making my brain hurt!!!
Honestly anyone that was happy to listen to that has a really lonely lifestyle and sould probably just die.

Lynn Plestid says:

LMAO Metric rules

toolshell says:

Hmmm, after the recent chainsaw in the snow… I'm noticing a trend. 🙂

Scott Koenig says:

Usa (the u in Usa is pronounced like the oo in goo. The sa is pronounced like the su in supply.) Usa city is in Oita Prefecture on the island of Kyushu.

Tyler Pepper says:

What is the part number on the 3/8 extension with a handle

Raymundo says:

your tank is pretty rusty.

Billy Beane says:

My Grandpa was at Pearl when the Japanese attacked. He was in a hospital with broken spine for a while. Anyway he was the same way. One story sticks out, I was 6 or so and loved the toy soldiers. Those cheap plastic molded ones. I saw a set and it had a tank and helicopter in it. You Know I really needed that but it said made in Japan and he refused. He ended up driving to 4 or 5 different places and almost double the first toy. He was not going to give his money to the people that bombed him. He didn't talk to my uncle for a good bit when he bought his Toyota Land cruiser then really got mad when he bought a Subaru. Something about them being involved with the equipment used against us in the war. I always remembered that and only bought my Nissan when I found it was built in Kentucky if I remember right. lol

Billy Beane says:

My Grandpa was at Pearl when the Japanese attacked. He was in a hospital with broken spine for a while. Anyway he was the same way. One story sticks out, I was 6 or so and loved the toy soldiers. Those cheap plastic molded ones. I saw a set and it had a tank and helicopter in it. You Know I really needed that but it said made in Japan and he refused. He ended up driving to 4 or 5 different places and almost double the first toy. He was not going to give his money to the people that bombed him. He didn't talk to my uncle for a good bit when he bought his Toyota Land cruiser then really got mad when he bought a Subaru. Something about them being involved with the equipment used against us in the war. I always remembered that and only bought my Nissan when I found it was built in Kentucky if I remember right. lol

Tyler Buchholz says:

New subscriber here so this may be covered already. When you put that pump back together make sure to put some anti seize on those bolts or you won't be able to later. Worked in the river industry for awhile and the 1st thing we'd do when we got a new Honda pump was to take it apart and put anti seize on all the bolts. The pump you have is great, but I was putting new seals in frequently because guys didn't prime them or ran the pump without discharging for some time. That's how I learned the hard way about anti seize. Thanks. ; )

Seth B says:

My grandfather taught modern firefighting and rescue techniques to the Army Air Force and later the US Air Force. He was extensively trained by Union Pacific back when they started using gas turbine locomotives, that burned anything from gasoline to fuel oil, which is similar to jet fuel. Some of their pumps were not self priming and they could pump from ponds, lakes, streams, ditches etc. They would put some plumber's antifreeze in their pumps. The stuff has a red dye in it now, and it is a grain alcohol base chemical. I remember when that time of year came around, and they would pour in the antifreeze, and I'd swear someone was drinking on the job, but wondered why I just noticed? It's the antifreeze that smells like booze breath! The best stuff I ever found was U-Serve. It is good for below -40 degrees. Put some of that in your pump's stand pipe, impeller housing, & manifold sections every fall, before the first hard freeze, and you are golden. Your pump is ready to go any time, it can't freeze, and that stuff kind of cleans out the corrosion too. If & when you need your fire pump, it's all primed and ready.

Alex Louis says:

my father worked in a large shop, he was in a car accident that put him out of work. He wasn't able to retrieve his tool box from the shop for some time. Well while it was there someone(s) had broke all the locks out of the box and stole about 90% of his tools.

Legend Cox says:

I love the craftsman tools, unfortunately we might not see the craftsman brand for very long, because sears isn't doing too well, I have the 1 inch Honda pump, I was thinking of making a similar setup with a tank.

S. M. Sparks says:

Are the nut driver/extension combos made by Snapon? I've never seen them before. Awesome tools though.

Patrick Renfrew says:

I want that handled extension. Who makes them?

kf4dcy says:

as you found out, jbsteel is an epoxy. you could have used any other high strenth epoxy to fix it. and the best way to apply it is like packing a wheel bearing. push it through till it extrudes on the opposite side. but first run some acitone around and through the crack. so your garenteed a fine adhesion.

SpinDrift says:

You speak of your Grand Dad often. It would be cool if you did a bio video on him so we can better know him as well. Pictures, war relics etc.

mgreene939 says:

Is there a particular brand of panel tool you would suggest?

Nick k says:

I would add vice grips so convient

R Mac says:

I've used JB Weld myself, in the past I actually fixed a hole in a petrol tank, doesn't work quite so well on anything that contains petrol now but it could be down to the increased ethanol in petrol. Still a good product to have in the workshop/toolbox.

I've used a product called Lumiweld, basically its brazing with aluminium, works pretty good.

Casey Ames says:

Rare kind of video!… Hard to kill a honda! Love those engines

L oeverli says:

I like your stories Cody !

AS_MORGAN says:

I really enjoyed you showing your tools how about a tool box videos or something like that soon thank you

Stuart R says:

Considering how close Cody lives to Mount Fuji I would have thought that his grandpa would have been pro-Japanese 🙂

pvachon01 says:

Here's a Link so, you can see when your snap-on tools have been made. The Date code should be after the USA marking. Just thought you would have fun looking up the dates. http://www.garagejournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=14884

im a comment J says:

i feel bad for your wife she married a snap on guy =)

michael white says:

I couldn't stand the noise from my compressor so I put it in another room not perfect but it sure helps

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