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Everbilt

Model PUP63_HD

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300 GPH Drill Pump Kit

$10.98 /each
  • Used for transferring small amounts of water or motor oil
  • Mounts to any power drill, pumps 225 GPH
  • Includes 3' of 3/4" garden hose and handy oil extraction tube

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The Everbilt drill pump kit delivers 300GPH and works with most electric drills. The drill pump is designed for multiple purposes including, dishwashers, clogged sinks, washing machines, water heaters, hot tubs, and aquariums. It comes equipped with standard garden hose fittings.

  • Pumps up to 300 GPH
  • Thermoplastic design for long life
  • Designed for pumping water and oil
  • Fits any 1/4 in. or 1/2 in. drill

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Can it be used to pump gasoline?

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January 11, 2016
Want to empty an automobile gas tank. Can this pump do that?
If so do you still have to use some oil first so you don't burn it up?
Can you use a small amount of motor oil?
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San Diego, CA
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July 3, 2016
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Even though there are already other answers to this question, I feel compelled also to say a resounding "NO!" since at least one person thought it was okay to do. Even if no spark is generated, it's quite possible that the pump could quickly overheat and cause a fire and/or explosion. DO NOT ATTEMPT!!!
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Newburgh, NY
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May 31, 2016
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Anyone wanting to pump gasoline out of an exposed container into another exposed container using an electric drill should educate themselves on the very low flash point of gasoline and the hazards caused by sparks coming into contact with fuel vapors PRIOR to executing such an idea... j/s'n!
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Rockaway NJ
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April 16, 2016
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***DO NOT USE A N Y ELECTRIC OR BATTERY OPERATED DRILL TO POWER THIS IN AN AREA WHERE PASSING FUMES MAY DETONATE***
There are several hand powered bellows or siphon pumps that will do the job!
Once the siphon pump starts the flow - the fuel will flow by itself.
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Hanoverton, Ohio
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March 29, 2016
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No, because the pump does get warm
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February 22, 2016
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This pump must not be used to pump gasoline! The pump is designed to be mounted to an electric drill which can spark and cause an explosion and injury / death.
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January 27, 2016
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No, the gasoline will flush out the lubricant and burn up the super cheap rubber spindle and break the pump in two minutes.
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Acworth Georgia
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January 16, 2016
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I have used it befor to pump gas from the tank on my boat and had no problem . Iam going to pump out the gas tank on my car next so I can change the fuel pump.
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January 14, 2016
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This pump is not rated to pump gasoline. You will be risking an explosion.
(being a highly flammable liquid, gasoline requires some safety features to reduce static electricity buildup that this pump does not feature. Also, they cannot warrant what kind of motor/drill/etc. you plan to use to power it.)
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does it come with the hose(s) shown? What is the white one for?

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Hampton, GA 30228, USA
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August 23, 2016
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yes
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February 23, 2016
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Indeed, the hoses are included and the white one is for pumping oil through the dipstick tube.
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Florida
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January 7, 2016
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Yes, both input hoses are included. The white one is used for oil, for example when pumping used oil from a motor through the dipstick opening.
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Pueblo, CO, USA
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December 3, 2015
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Yes the white one is smaller to get into the oil plug of your small engine.
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August 24, 2015
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Yes, the hoses are included. The white hose is the oil hose.
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leesburg va
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August 23, 2015
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yes. the white one is the intake, green is outflow
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this pump doesn't require any priming?

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Pueblo, CO, USA
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No priming needed. Self priming
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June 30, 2015
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directions say to put some vegetable oil into the pump and then it will self prime. Mine did but then I was only pumping about 12inches below where the pump was located, still it worked fine.
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Yes, first you need to prime it with oil to lubricate the pump or you will burn it up.
other wise it is suppose to be self-priming.
I would not recommend this pump.
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Issaquah, WA
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May 12, 2015
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Yes it has to be primed.
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March 22, 2015
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Instructions say to add mineral oil each time when starting to pump.
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Cleveland, Oh
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February 10, 2015
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No
priming necessary
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Does the rotation direction matter?

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Will it work clockwise and counter clockwise?
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July 15, 2016
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yes, must turn clockwise if you are facing the shaft
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February 23, 2016
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The pump is designed to work in the clockwise (when viewed from the shaft side) direction only.
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No, it will not work in both directions. Yes the direction matters.
The drill has to turn clockwise, same direction you would turn if you were driving a drill bit.
It won't do anything if turned the wrong way.
(which is better than what a different brand I tried did when rotated backwards...which was rip its guts apart)
Also, it DOES have to be primed. Dripping oil in before each use is priming, Read More
No, it will not work in both directions. Yes the direction matters.
The drill has to turn clockwise, same direction you would turn if you were driving a drill bit.
It won't do anything if turned the wrong way.
(which is better than what a different brand I tried did when rotated backwards...which was rip its guts apart)
Also, it DOES have to be primed. Dripping oil in before each use is priming, guys. Read Less
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Yes
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Customer Reviews

Rated 2.6 out of 5 by 60 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Getting the job done at a great price! Hook up was very easy, work in no time at all and got the job done. No problem. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great little pump great little pump. works great for what i needed it for, cleaning out parts washer August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Well worth the money! I almost skipped this based on some of the bad reviews, but I'm glad I didn't. This worked like a champ removing a couple gallons of water from the bottom of a broken dishwasher. I was done in two minutes. The water was gushing into the bucket, with as much pressure as a garden hose (I backed off on the drill RPM to stop all the splashing). August 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I tried everything; this pump is a waste of time I lubricated it before use. I primed it. I tried short hoses, long hoses, "pushing" the water (attaching near the water source), "pulling" the water (attaching near where I wanted to discharge) -- by the way, attaching near the source works much better; but everything ultimately resorted in little more than a dribble. I used a high-speed electric drill, using low RPM's, barely nothing. I cranked it up to where I thought the pump would break, a little more output, but still barely nothing. So, unless you're trying to drain a coffee cup which is glued down so you can't just dump it, I suggest you look elsewhere. July 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by worked like a charm used it to empty an old water heater, then took care of a clogged sink. No leaks, but doesn't feel like it will last long, cheaply made, but you get what you pay for. will buy a utility transfer (self powered) pump when this goes out, will get alot of use. July 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by You've got to be kidding I guess that maybe if you've got some super-duper, unbelievably high-speed drill from some fictitious planet this product might work.....dunno, but with my top-drawer Milwaukee drill this pump wouldn't empty a fish bowl in less than an hour. It was just a trickle coming out the other side - far faster to just bail it out the old-fashioned way. Don't bother with this one. June 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not a fan Very slow and quit working after emptying a 50 gallon water barrel. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SO Versatile! WOW!! This is a pump that fits in your portable toolbox! You really don't realize how often you actually need a pump, or could just REALLY use a pump. But invariably, it's always in a remote location where there is not power outlet. This little guy solves that problem quite handily. Pump dirty water, transfer gas, or even drain a small pond or bucket, this little pump can handle it. December 7, 2015
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