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Re: 3 cyl 4000 P/S pump seal leaking into engine

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Sean in PA

04-11-2013 07:24:15

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Thanks to everyone for your input. I have decided that since my time is precious these days that I will be getting a new pump just to get the tractor running again, plus I'm buying the rebuild kit for the old pump. Then, once I have some spare time I will rebuild it and have a good one on the shelf for the future. That way will learn something new and expand my skills and experience without risking being without the tractor longer than might otherwise be necessary. Plus, I've found if I have a spare of something the one that I'm using never has a problem again, whereas if I don't have a spare then the "only one" I have of that particular something inevitably has a problem.

The one that's on there is not the original pump, but it is the same style pump as the original pump. The only reason that I know that it's not original is that the tractor used to be a state highway mower and the entire thing was painted yellow except that the wheels and a stripe on each side of the hood were blue. The highway maintenance guys apparently painted anything on the machine yellow after they finished working on it. The distributor cap, coil, generator, and even the spark plug wires were yellow when I got the tractor, except the p/s pump body was bare metal and the reservoir housing is it looks like one of the 2 previous owners that had it before me and after the highway department replaced it.

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