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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Dresser 125E

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welding man

06-09-2012 16:36:17

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Does anyone have a clue where I can find an injector pump or parts for a Bosch 0 460 304 219 pump to fit a DT 239 Int engine in a Dresser 125 E track loader. The pump head is cracked. I have contacted several rebuilders and they all say this is an obsolete pump and no parts are available. I have not been able to find a used one in a salvage yard. My customer just spent 5 grand on an engine rebuild and now the pump has gone out.Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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06-22-2012 06:22:10

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 Re: Dresser 125E in reply to welding man, 06-09-2012 16:36:17  
Someone over at the redpower site has a pump for you. Check your private messages there.

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Dennis K (WA)

06-18-2012 08:17:25

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 Re: Dresser 125E in reply to welding man, 06-09-2012 16:36:17  
Wow that's unbelievable there isn't anything out there. I just got curious as to what you found. That's too bad.

Have you checked with your Komatsu Const Eq. Dealer? That is where the IH/Dresser Payline equipment went back in the 80's after IH sold it off to Dresser. They may have a source for parts.

Keep us posted


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Dennis K (WA)

06-17-2012 20:35:59

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 Re: Dresser 125E in reply to welding man, 06-09-2012 16:36:17  
So, did you find a pump or parts to make a repair?


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Welding man

06-18-2012 04:38:27

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 Re: Dresser 125E in reply to Dennis K (WA), 06-17-2012 20:35:59  
Dennis, No,I have not been able to find anything. Posted on the Red Power Forum as Bud suggested and one gentlemen thought he might have found one in Canada, but nothing has come through yet. Still looking.

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Dennis K (WA)

06-10-2012 16:11:53

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 Re: Dresser 125E in reply to welding man, 06-09-2012 16:36:17  
You may already know this but a 125E pump is same as TD8E.

Here are part numbers from the 80's, probably changed since then, but maybe they will help with your salvage yard search.

There were thousands of these two machines. Hard to believe there isn't something out there to help you.

3144634R91 - new IH number

735120C91 - renewed IH number

EP/VA4/100H 1250 CR90 - Robert Bosch

A possible source could be F.P. Smith in California. They have a web site.

Good Luck


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welding man

06-10-2012 16:49:58

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 Re: Dresser 125E in reply to Dennis K (WA), 06-10-2012 16:11:53  
Thanks for the IH numbers. Tag was missing on my pump.Rebuilder gave me the bosch number.

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Bud Tierney

06-10-2012 14:41:48

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 Re: Dresser 125E in reply to welding man, 06-09-2012 16:36:17  
Do try a post on redpower:
(1) it's free...
(2) if another owner has had this problem, may know of another pump that may work....
(3) they'd be most likely to know of IH wrecking yards, obsolete parts sources etc, for a used pump.
I know nothing of diesels, and less of turbos; rather than let 5K$ lay around, if nothing turns up would it be economically feasible to consider de-turboing it, turning it back into a plain D239???
Just idle curiosity; no reply necessary.

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Bud Tierney

06-09-2012 17:42:18

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 Re: Dresser 125E in reply to welding man, 06-09-2012 16:36:17  
I don't see any post on (all IH)...there's a forum for IH const eqpmt and one for IH engines... (Amer Truck Hist Soc) has a list of professional obsolete parts dealers in their Parts and Services section, in the engine category...try them if nothing turns up here.
D239's were on at least one Farmall model, a couple IH loaders, and 6-8 other IH tractors (can send list if needed) which may have your pump or may have different pump, or whole system you can swap/mickey-mouse on if your pump/parts made of unobtainium...Good luck.

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welding man

06-09-2012 20:03:48

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 Re: Dresser 125E in reply to Bud Tierney, 06-09-2012 17:42:18  
I am not an authority on IH engines by any means and am only going on what I have been told. My rebuilder tells me the head on the turbocharged and non turbocharged pumps are different.I think the one for the non turbo is still available.Thanks for the info. I hope something turns up soon.

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07-07-2012 10:06:49

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 Re: Dresser 125E in reply to welding man, 06-09-2012 20:03:48  
Having a new head machined is an option, guys are having it done to get their VE-pumped Cummins trucks over the 400 HP mark. But it's expensive.

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