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Re: I'm a bit stuck / Roosa Master DB FI pump question

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Dr. Walt

12-23-2012 20:17:50

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Steve, I can't help you with the pump, but a little trick that I use any time I'm going to tackle something that I've never done before, is to get out my Digital Camera and take pictures of everything as I'm dismantling it, even close-ups of intricate mechanisms, that way you can make certain that everything goes back together the same way that it came apart. It also helps when you are trying to locate parts, you can show the Parts Man exactly what you want. Also, posting pictures on a forum like this one would help us to understand your problem so that we could better help you - there is a lot of VERY knowledgeable people on here.


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steve n carol

12-24-2012 08:08:12

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 Re: I'm a bit stuck / Roosa Master DB FI pump question in reply to Dr. Walt, 12-23-2012 20:17:50  
thank you DR Walt.
I tried posting pics here years ago. seems I had to have them on a website for that to happen, maybe on "tractor photos", here on this site.
As far as digital photos... My camera was right there, I did take lots of pics, but not of the Transfer Pump Liner.
My plan was to ask the question/s.
Q) which way am I to set the directional arrow for the correct rotation for the cam ring.

Q2) transfer pump liner?

If i didn't get an answer, then to work on getting pictures on this site.

Thank you for the advice.

Merry Christmas, steve

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J. Schwiebert

12-25-2012 05:14:38

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 Re: I'm a bit stuck / Roosa Master DB FI pump question in reply to steve n carol, 12-24-2012 08:08:12  
How about a complete pump model? I can look it up

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steve n carol

12-25-2012 07:13:43

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 Re: I'm a bit stuck / Roosa Master DB FI pump question in reply to J. Schwiebert, 12-25-2012 05:14:38  
Thank you J, Schwiebert, I hope you and yours are having a Merry Christmas.... People here are still asleep.
You asked for a complete pump #. ..DB435AJ2837, on my CASE 450.
I am interested in what you come up with. The Service manual is viewable online. You should be able to see it here.

Thank you, and I hope you and all people can enjoy the Reason for the Season, everyday...


UHT-OOH! the site is not allowing this post, must be something I said?

seems I had to remove the Http:/www off of the link above.. :roll:
This post was edited by steve n carol at 07:14:56 12/25/12.

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J. Schwiebert

12-25-2012 07:38:43

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 Re: I'm a bit stuck / Roosa Master DB FI pump question in reply to steve n carol, 12-25-2012 07:13:43  
You sure you are not missing a few letters? The model of the pump tells you the rotaion. Include a phone number when you reply

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steve n carol

12-25-2012 08:20:41

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 Re: I'm a bit stuck / Roosa Master DB FI pump question in reply to J. Schwiebert, 12-25-2012 07:38:43  
No, all of the letters are there. i looked for the directional in the # also.
This pump is designed be used in either direction. You have the ability to do this by 'flipping' over several components inside the unit. For my application it turns CC as viewed from the drive side.
I don't use the telephone, as I am almost deaf.

thanks, snc

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