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1959 801b fuel system

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Michael27B

01-29-2013 19:15:14
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Noticed fuel dripping from injection pump area the other day. Cleaned area off. Found fitting where line from third stage filter goes into injection pump leaking (leaking at pump to fitting threads). It screws into the pump the line connects to the side and has a small copper tube connected to the top of it. Where could ONE source this part? I could unscrew it but am dreadfully afraid that it may be cracked(or cross threaded) and being that the tractor is running makes me think it would be a bad idea not knowing where i could get a replacement from. Any advice or ingenuity would be appreciated. 801b should make it a germanbosch.

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dboll

01-30-2013 06:07:35
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 Re: 1959 801b fuel system in reply to Michael27B, 01-29-2013 19:15:14  
more than likely there is a rotten rubber compression sleeve in there that needs to be replaced, they can be bought from a dealer or injection shop



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j hikemper

01-29-2013 20:05:52
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 Re: 1959 801b fuel system in reply to Michael27B, 01-29-2013 19:15:14  
well i know that feeling because i have a thermostat housing bolt on my 800 that will not loosen , and i fear it may break...butit is not leakin ./// for Gad Sakes Man ,,titen that leak up ,,. i understand you fears,, and i got an idea you are afraid of what you dont know ,but it is not as bad as you think ,turn the fuel off at the tank , this wiil hold vacuum,and perhapsyou will not loose prime , what you do is 1st loosen this fittin , then draw it up tite ,,if you have to reseal it ,you can maybe use white plumbers tape, you can use rubber washers from assorted fawcet washers at your local hardware store ,,life is a lot of learnin ,,dont be afraid to ask for help here ...

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