See where the arm is: What does that little tag say. Also take that little 2 bolt cover off and see if there is a splined shaft or at least a shaft with a keyway. The arm leads me to believe it is a variable piston unit, butI would like some dimensions and also more details on the drive side of the unit. What kind of engine was it attached to a Waukesha?
Re: Pump, what do I have? in reply to J. Schwiebert, 12-27-2012 15:50:37
The engine is the 155 diesel I put in my Super 55. The pump has a flat plate that bolts to the flywheel with a spline drive for the pump shaft, maybe 1.5 inches or so. I'll look for your other things on it tomorrow.
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