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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: Dresser 125E

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Bud Tierney

06-09-2012 17:42:18

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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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