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Re: Major Injection pump

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03-08-2011 10:22:48

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i took 2 pumps and made one, i didn't have any way to calabrate it. when i got tractor running i ajust the fuel delivery till each exhust sound was the same noise, i have been a tractor mechanic for along time, it was easy for me but with a little help you can rebulid your own pump and do just fine, i have a local salvage yard where i got my pump for rebuilding.the way i saw my pump was, it didn't run very well so what have i got to loose if i mess up the pump, i broke one peace learning how it came apart. your local pump shop should be able to give you some pointers on how it works. my fordson starts and runs the best and i would do it all over again if i needed to, good luck and i might be able to help you if you needed, i don't eveything about those pumps but they are simple

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Karl in MD

03-08-2011 14:37:11

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 Re: Major Injection pump in reply to lonzo, 03-08-2011 10:22:48  
Thanks, guys. That info is very helpful. I have rebuilt engines and automatic transmissions, so it sounds like maybe I could do this, too. I may be calling for more help soon.

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