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Re: JD B - What is this part?

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12-23-2012 13:49:44

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do all powertrols have the pump between the distrubitor? how can I tell if the pump is turned on or off?

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Pete in MD

12-23-2012 19:52:04

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 Re: JD B - What is this part? in reply to JCSinPitts,PA, 12-23-2012 13:49:44  
"do all powertrols have the pump between the distributor?" ---- No, all powr-trols on A,B,&G tractors came from the factory with a pto driven pump located just in front of the pto seal housing. The pto had to be engaged to use the rockshaft or hydraulics. The governor driven "live" pump was developed for 50,60,&70 tractors. It could also be retrofitted on A,B,&G tractors.

how can I tell if the pump is turned on or off?" ---- The "little rollpin hickie that turns" is what turns the pump on and off. Look next to it and you'll see On and Off marks cast into the pump. ALWAYS turn the pump on BEFORE you start the tractor.

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Kent Petersen

12-24-2012 04:39:12

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 Re: JD B - What is this part? in reply to Pete in MD, 12-23-2012 19:52:04  
Pete the 50,60 and 70 pumps do not fit on the A B &G they drive off an extra gear that engages the cam gear on the left side of the gov. A B and G fit between the gov. and the Mag or Dist.

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Pete in MD

12-25-2012 06:14:20

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 Re: JD B - What is this part? in reply to Kent Petersen, 12-24-2012 04:39:12  
Thanks for the reminder Kent.

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