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Anyone have an M waterpump picture?

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BigTone

11-07-2012 11:03:34
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I need to get the springs and drive studs for my waterpump and a picture would help me figure out what I need, what I dont have, and how to put it together. I just need one pic from the front (radiator side). thanks guys, ~Anthony




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Patrick HMD

11-11-2012 19:55:58
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 Re: Anyone have an M waterpump picture? in reply to PRTZMAN55, 11-07-2012 11:03:34  
Email is on it's way.

Thanks NK

Patrick

'49M



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Nebraska Kirk

11-11-2012 11:09:09
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 Re: Anyone have an M waterpump picture? in reply to BigTone, 11-07-2012 11:03:34  
No, you don't have to remove the radiator to remove the waterpump, or even to install the missing driving studs. If you email me your phone number I can call and explain it to you. krinne@windstream.net



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Patrick HMD

11-10-2012 19:31:12
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 Re: Anyone have an M waterpump picture? in reply to Lucid, 11-07-2012 11:03:34  
Oh great, now I have water pump problems, something that I was not aware of! Little by little I'm beginning to learn 'things' about my tractor, and 'things' that aren't there, that are suppose to be there.
My driving the tractor has been limited to just around the yard, just to check things out. I was thinking about taking a little drive down one of the back country roads that are nearby. Glad I didn't now, or else I would have had a very serious problem.

Now it looks like I will have to remove the front cowl and radiator to have access to the problem. Right? Not a lovely thought.

Thanks Nebraska Kirk. Good idea on those driving studs.

No telling what I'll find when I take a closer look and inspect that water pump. Nothing major serious I hope.

Patrick

'49M
This post was edited by Patrick HMD at 19:38:21 11/10/12.

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Nebraska Kirk

11-10-2012 15:36:37
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 Re: Anyone have an M waterpump picture? in reply to BigTone, 11-07-2012 11:03:34  
I looked in my parts book and the spring is the same on the H and M, but the driving studs have different part numbers, so they have to be different and probably will not interchange.
Without the driving studs the water pump impeller is not turning and thus not pumping water. A cheap and easy alternative is to get a couple of the right sized bolts, cut off the heads and used them as the driving studs, just use jam nuts to hold them tight.

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Patrick HMD

11-10-2012 14:44:29
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 Re: Anyone have an M waterpump picture? in reply to Bill in IL, 11-07-2012 11:03:34  
I could start another topic, but it would be related to this one, so I hope you don't mind if I tag mine on to this one Anthony.
I too am looking for some driving studs and springs for my 49M. The M seems to run OK without them. Since getting the M, I've only run it maybe 30 min. at the most at anyone time, and the water temp gauge registered in the normal range.

The previous owner apparantly thought he could get by without them, and so far I have too. Blame it on ignorance in my case. I'm just wondering now if I run it for longer periods of time, the tractor will finally overheat.

I know of a source where I can get some driver studs and springs off an 'H'. How different are they from the 'M'?

TIA

Patrick

'49M

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kevinj54

11-08-2012 12:57:04
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 Re: Anyone have an M waterpump picture? in reply to markalayne, 11-07-2012 11:03:34  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Yes I know that............I thought the OP said before that he had manuals and was questioning if he looked it up.



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D Slater

11-07-2012 12:50:32
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 Re: Anyone have an M waterpump picture? in reply to BigTone, 11-07-2012 11:03:34  

Think you can still get new but the drive studs are priced ridiculas now. Studs have a 5/16 thread and a 3/8 drive end. H are different.



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John M

11-07-2012 12:34:25
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 Re: Anyone have an M waterpump picture? in reply to BigTone, 11-07-2012 11:03:34  

How about this? Id have to link to a thread on another forum for more, and Im not sure the keepers of YT would like that...



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John M

11-07-2012 12:36:13
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 Re: Anyone have an M waterpump picture? in reply to John M, 11-07-2012 12:34:25  

Heres another!



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BigTone

11-07-2012 14:01:15
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 Re: Anyone have an M waterpump picture? in reply to John M, 11-07-2012 12:36:13  
Perfect !!! Thank you very much, ~Anthony



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kevinj54

11-07-2012 11:09:11
99.39.189.166



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 Re: Anyone have an M waterpump picture? in reply to RTR, 11-07-2012 11:03:34  
That info is in the parts manual?????



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CNKS

11-08-2012 12:33:54
216.144.104.128



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 Re: Anyone have an M waterpump picture? in reply to kevinj54, 11-07-2012 11:09:11  
Exploded diagram,yes--everything is in the parts manual.



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