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Re: injection pump timing D282

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04-10-2013 10:40:15

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well if your are in the timing marks area of pulley on compression stroke then just line up the timing marks in pump window and it will tell you what it is currently set on. It is 3 degree's btdc, is the setting on them. but it is not nesessary to align marks before pump removal, but it is nice to know what the current setting is. then when installing pump set your timing marks on 3 degree's btdc on compression and have the timing marks aligned on pump and install it. be careful of shaft seals not to fold them over. once installed just align pump marks by using the bolt slots and tighten it down. ooh and the a is advance and r is retard. and marks are every 10 degree's.

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04-10-2013 10:52:02

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 Re: injection pump timing D282 in reply to rustred, 04-10-2013 10:40:15  
I went by timing of 3 degree's for 606 , so your 1 degree may be correct pete. as the earlier 282's had 3 degree's except 660 was at 5 degree's.

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04-10-2013 17:20:19

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 Re: injection pump timing D282 in reply to rustred, 04-10-2013 10:52:02  
Heck, I was going to say, your 3 degrees was probably right. I remembered they changed their minds and moved the timing up later on. Fact is, the very first 656 gear drive tractors had a speed advance and they soon changed to the load advance system that had been in use on the 560's. I would have to look at the book to be sure though. The hydrostatic models stuck with the speed advance as they were higher rpm engines. I like to run them as late as you can and still run smooth at high rpm's with a properly adjusted automatic advance be it speed or load style. .

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