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Re: Cat excavator

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Joe Edwards

08-16-2013 14:23:04

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that is what I am thinking. I was told that the mechanical pump might be working when the oil is cool, but once it heats up the seals might be bad and will prevent the pump from pumping. Is this pump easy to replace? I was thinking of buying an electrical pump and place it inside with the transmision or mount it outside and drill holes to pass hoses through. what do you think?

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08-16-2013 14:36:29

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 Re: Cat excavator in reply to Joe Edwards, 08-16-2013 14:23:04  
The cluch oil pump is a gear pump no seal in and I should have one in stock and not sure about electric pump and check inside cluch housing if the gear still on pump shaft

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Joe Edwards

08-19-2013 14:25:00

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 Re: Cat excavator in reply to gemdozer, 08-16-2013 14:36:29  
I might need to buy that from you. How much?
First I have to get dozer started to see if clutch oil pump is not working. I am not getting any spark out of my spark plugs. I bought two new spark plugs and wires and still no spark. What do I need to do?

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08-19-2013 14:47:27

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 Re: Cat excavator in reply to Joe Edwards, 08-19-2013 14:25:00  
You have to removed the magneto cap and clean the point with a fine sand paper and for the pump price send me a email

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Joe Edwards

08-20-2013 13:34:03

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 Re: Cat excavator in reply to gemdozer, 08-19-2013 14:47:27  
I did sandpaper points and no change. Can the magneto be repaired or do I have to buy a new one

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08-20-2013 16:09:55

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 Re: Cat excavator in reply to Joe Edwards, 08-20-2013 13:34:03  
Did you check on side poney if he has a switch cutt-off power and a rebuilt one should cust $450.00 with exchange and I do't have and I answer to your email

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