Remote-location engine-driven trash and utility pumps are gasoline powered so they don’t need to be placed near an electrical outlet, and they run for long periods of time between refueling. Remote-location electric trash and utility pumps start instantly, require no fuel to operate like gasoline-powered pumps, and don’t generate gas vapors so they can be used in enclosed areas. Remote-location pump heads are pump devices without a motor/engine or frame that allow replacement of defective pump heads without also having to replace the existing pump motor/engine. Trash pump suction strainers keep large solids from blocking the pump's inlet or jamming the pump mechanism. Trash pump wheel kits allow large remote-location pumps with a frame to be moved and wheeled about like a cart without having to lift the entire pump off the ground.