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Re: oil pump for a to-20

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Tony in Mass.

02-16-2013 07:32:50

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Ya no, doing anything besides changing that oil and filter, and checking out the governor as jason said, anything else is a big can of worms. Getting the oil pan off is a mess, and messing with the front main bearing to get at the oil punp will start getting technical... while laying on your back in a pool of oil... did you figure out that oil filter yet? It might be all gunked up, so cleaning that with a few quarts of new oil, might be all that tractor needs...for now... according to Jason's calculations... all my tractors have great oil pressure! So I won't have to paint over the glass anymore... and you can start driving yours...

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02-16-2013 09:48:36

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 Re: oil pump for a to-20 in reply to Tony in Mass., 02-16-2013 07:32:50  
yes sir and thank you a lot. no i havent bothered the oil filter yet. what is the best way to just clean it? it looks like a job to change it, which at the time i am not able to even do that/ thank you kindly bill

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Tony in Mass.

02-17-2013 13:28:20

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 Re: oil pump for a to-20 in reply to purecty, 02-16-2013 09:48:36  
I was thinking back to the dvd on rebuilding a Z134 from the YT shop here, the guys found a few washers inside the pressure spring tube of the oil pump. I never saw one like this, know nothing about it, but IF you do end up removing the oil pan, insted of messing with the bearing, you can just take out the cotter pin and- do whatever these guys found some one did to increase oil pressure. Some one else will have to explain it better... but another free idea...
as for the TO20 filter, don't have one with a filter like that, so don't anything about those either..sorry.

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02-18-2013 02:22:53

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 Re: oil pump for a to-20 in reply to Tony in Mass., 02-17-2013 13:28:20  
ok thanks

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