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Re: Tach for 1960 IH B275...

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MJ in the UK

05-22-2014 07:16:37

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Hi Bart, the early B275s from 1958 to1960 had the CAV in line injection pumps and then IH went to the CAV rotary pumps. The tacho drive on the inline pumps was at the back of the pumps. Have you got a tacho drive adaptor on the back of your pump as finding one even here in the UK is not easy. mj

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Bart Hull

05-22-2014 10:14:22

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 Re: Tach for 1960 IH B275... in reply to MJ in the UK, 05-22-2014 07:16:37  
I am not sure if I have a tach drive on the injector pump. Do you have a pic that shows what the drive looks like? I may have a drive under a cover on the injection pump and don't know where to look.

Bart D. Hull
Laveen, AZ

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Bart Hull

05-22-2014 15:54:15

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 Re: Tach for 1960 IH B275... in reply to Bart Hull, 05-22-2014 10:14:22  
I found a "hourmeter" part on the CAV injection pump, but it shows it as a separate part and doesn't show where it goes. Does anyone have a blowup or schematic that shows how this goes together? shows the hourmeter in it's own box.

I'd love to just order the part and a tach cable and get everything working, but I'm guessing there is more to it.

Bart D. Hull
Laveen, AZ

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