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Re: M Hydraulics

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11-10-2012 12:23:07

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Sparky2 said: (quoted from post at 14:37:43 11/10/12) Well thank you very much. I assume I need to dismantle the distributor from the front engine mount and measure that bolt pattern and the pump will fit inbetween..sound correct? I'll see what happens when I call them Monday

I mis-understood when you said you "have the front plate" to mount a pump. I thought you meant a mounting plate to drive off the front of the crankshaft, not off the timing gear... this is what I have on my 240U, an added mounting in front of the grill.
To drive off the timeing gear, you will need a pump from a late SM or newer model, 400, 450, etc. I don't know if Northern has such a thing, I doubt it, but they might. Then you will need the gears off a newer model because what is on an M is not strong enough to stand up to the added load. Someone else can probably help you more here than i can as to part #s, etc.

I believe Wardner has belt driven off the crankshaft on some of his "concoccsions"... maybe he can post anothe rpictureof his set-ups.
This post was edited by IH fan at 12:26:33 11/10/12.

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11-10-2012 14:16:16

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 Re: M Hydraulics in reply to IH fan, 11-10-2012 12:23:07  
Well, I am certainly not opposed to fabricating a plate to mount a pump. I have no template to draw form cause I have not seen one, do you have a picture of what you have set up? Thanks

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