Old burner pumps

Would this be a good newsgroup to get info on above?
Anyone have information on parts/supplies for repairing oil burner pumps. Google gives such an array of sites for pumps it scares you. :-) These were/are still used on home heating oil furnaces, probably also in mobile homes.
What we have here is a sundstrand/inglis no. J4 BD 100-2. Actually have several, all with defective seals on the shaft. It's a seal resembling the pump seal on water pumps only these are brass and metal.
Any info on a supplier would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks
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Try a company called " Sid Harvey" on Google. I don't believe that they would sell parts /seals etc. But they do rebuild all sorts of furnace items. Good luck.

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I've dealt with these folks a couple times and was pleased with their service- http://shop.emotorstore.com
No hits on that model # -- but they have an advanced search, an email address & an 800 number.
Jim
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You really should just replace the entire pump. I'm not saying you CAN'T rebuild the pump, but the chances that it will not leak again are not very good.
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For a temporary fix I've salvaged the seal from another pump which had the wrong rotation. It did leak for the first few hours but gradually improved and after about 1/2 a day it was fine. We have three spares and all leak. The rubber diaphram is wrotten. It would be nice to have them repaired. I've worked on a lot a water systems and never had trouble with replacing seals, even many used salvaged ones. So if I can find the parts I'm willing to try. But would also like to have a new pump on hand just in case.
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