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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

530 Case injection pump help needed

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VaMark

08-05-2014 16:28:59
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I have a late 60's Case 530 CK that has a seized pump and a broken shaft on the DBGFCC431-27aj pump.
Where can I purchase repair parts or get this thing rebuilt without breaking the bank? I know it's not cheap to work on these things but I mainly use it to open my driveway during big snows and digging a few holes or lifting something.
The reason it locked is my own fault, I ran biodiesel in it and did not run it out in time to keep it from going bad... bad idea, no more biodiesel for me!
I am going to drain and flush the entire system and replace fuel filters before installing new pump.

Thanks for any help you may have to offer.
Mark

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AJ.

08-06-2014 11:37:09
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 Re: 530 Case injection pump help needed in reply to VaMark, 08-05-2014 16:28:59  
The sensible thing to do is take the pump to a fuel injection shop for repair,they will replace the bits needed,reseal it and set it up properly,it will cost a few bucks but would be cheaper than a block should you assemble something wrong and have a run-away putting a rod through the block.

AJ



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jdemaris

08-06-2014 15:01:37
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 Re: 530 Case injection pump help needed in reply to AJ., 08-06-2014 11:37:09  
It's not a matter of installing "bits" in a pump like his that has a ruined head & rotor assembly. Probably talking over $1000 since all the major parts are ruined and unrepairable.

There are many ways a person can ruin an engine. The rotary injection pump is no more complicated then some carburetors or hydraulic pumps. It just a matter of who can do what, and if the proper information is on hand when doing the work.

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VaMark

08-06-2014 18:31:51
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 Re: 530 Case injection pump help needed in reply to jdemaris, 08-06-2014 15:01:37  
I have full confidence in my ability and am not intimidated by this pump, I have been doing industrial maintenance work for 20+ years and have repaired things of this nature. I have rebuilt manual and automatic transmissions etc and tinkered with old tractors and heavy equipment for 20+ years.

I have found a couple DB431 and JDB431 pumps on Ebay that are rebuilt for around $650, might end up buying one of them and building a good one if it will work.

I also have another fellow checking on parts from another forum, he will let me know when he gets back from vacation what he has.

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jdemaris

08-06-2014 06:30:18
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 Re: 530 Case injection pump help needed in reply to VaMark, 08-05-2014 16:28:59  
Cheapest way out is probably to find another DB431 pump if you can get cheap and use the head & rotor out of it. Need not be from a Case. Like from a Deere 400, 401, 410, 440 skidder, 450 crawler, Lanz 710 farm tractor, 2010, 2020, 2030,2510,2520,3020, 430 combine, 530 combine, 4400 combine, 880 windrower, etc. Also from a Case 580CK. Several Allis Chalmers engines too.



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