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I hope it does
By Duwayne Schindler on October 14, 2015
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Works well for oil, hydro, and antifreeze, should be fine for diesel I imagine.
By Nickolas J. Leskowak on November 19, 2015
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Yes it will work very well, should pump a gallon in about 10-15 seconds and 5 gal in 1-2 minutes with a comfortable moderate pumping speed, at 70 degrees room temp. I have more than a dozen of these in use pumping everything you could imagine that is a liguid, love them, even some very corrosive chemicals that will sho… see more Yes it will work very well, should pump a gallon in about 10-15 seconds and 5 gal in 1-2 minutes with a comfortable moderate pumping speed, at 70 degrees room temp. I have more than a dozen of these in use pumping everything you could imagine that is a liguid, love them, even some very corrosive chemicals that will shorten their life substancially, while they last pretty much indefinitely on oils. far better than rotary pumps or laying the drums down to gravity feed. see less
By Dan R. on October 7, 2014
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This pump is for pumping oil and is not a food grade pump.
By DMeek on June 18, 2014
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About a year and I am pumping diesel into my tractor. It does a good job but someone needs to watch the discharge end so you do not overfill.
By caroline Dibbs on February 15, 2016
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Yes I use them on drums of mineral spirits and lacquer thinner, the only thing that I use them on that is hard on the pump is highly caustic ,corrosive, alkaline detergents, I still use them, but piston seal and pump rod seals deteriorate and I only get about 3-4 yrs service and have to replace, but still the most attr… see more Yes I use them on drums of mineral spirits and lacquer thinner, the only thing that I use them on that is hard on the pump is highly caustic ,corrosive, alkaline detergents, I still use them, but piston seal and pump rod seals deteriorate and I only get about 3-4 yrs service and have to replace, but still the most attractive option I have, great pumps, I love them, I have about 20 of them in use. see less
By Dan R. on October 30, 2014
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It extends. It will reach the bottom of a 55-gallon drum
By Terry M. on February 14, 2016
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I would use it for gasoline I would be afraid of the gas eating gaskets up
By Janice Moore on March 13, 2015
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