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Now that oil pump is worn out!!! -pics

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Canadian Ken

01-01-2013 15:35:08
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Re-assembling my 1928 D-serial-71371 --the oil pump gear teeth on the '28 are worn to almost half size!! - I have a pump assembly from a 1935 D that we got from Manitoba as a project tractor (story -no pictures when buying with a load of others-"just need a radiator and head and it's a running tractor" I was told -so I knew those parts were missing -when it arrived(should have taken a picture) -all four tires rotten and flat, no head, no rad, no hood, no carb, no mag -seized pistons-right piston top was cracked -all four rims are excellent - WOW -should have left it there-but there are very few parts D tractors in Ontario so I am glad we brought it here -have torn it down for parts, internal engine parts, camshaft and oil pump are excellent condition - using both parts in the '28 - set the cylinder block and pistons vertical in shop with KROWN rust control penetrating fluid sitting on top for 6 months -both pistons needed one blow with a wood block and sledge and they fell out!!!pics are of the two oil pumps sitting on my workbench. 1928 D does not have an engine oil filter.
Ken

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rustred

01-02-2013 14:30:02
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 Re: Now that oil pump is worn out!!! -pics in reply to Canadian Ken, 01-01-2013 15:35:08  
the poor farmers had a bad habit of using used oil from vehicles in their tractors. just like the fuel dump it in the D, it'll burn anything. looks like this is a perfect candidate. how's the gears and stuff in rest of engine?



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Tech 7

01-01-2013 19:51:12
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 Re: Now that oil pump is worn out!!! -pics in reply to Canadian Ken, 01-01-2013 15:35:08  
Ken....I want a nickle for every gallon that pump moved in its lifetime, Bob



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Loosehandle

01-01-2013 19:40:22
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 Re: Now that oil pump is worn out!!! -pics in reply to Canadian Ken, 01-01-2013 15:35:08  
Must have been a tough dude to keep driving that old horse day after day......



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billyiron

01-01-2013 18:50:01
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 Re: Now that oil pump is worn out!!! -pics in reply to Canadian Ken, 01-01-2013 15:35:08  
sounds like a mosset special



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David G

01-01-2013 16:35:16
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 Re: Now that oil pump is worn out!!! -pics in reply to Canadian Ken, 01-01-2013 15:35:08  
I would bet a lot of really dirty oil.



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Canadian Ken

01-01-2013 16:33:16
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 Re: Now that oil pump is worn out!!! -pics in reply to Canadian Ken, 01-01-2013 15:35:08  
I bought the 1928 D in 2000 -it was seized - came from Saskatchewan originally -I bought it from another guy in Ontario that had lost interest -have had it apart for 10 years - lack of time to work on it, lack of funds and waiting for the machine shop - bored and sleeved the block to standard -was at .090 over and badly pitted- there was a cam follower broken in the crankcase-must have had a stuck valve from sitting somewhere for a while and someone attempted to start the tractor -the push rod could not move so the cam follower broke -then the tractor was left to sieze since it would not start

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gtx1967jewison

01-01-2013 19:30:13
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 Re: Now that oil pump is worn out!!! -pics in reply to Canadian Ken, 01-01-2013 16:33:16  
Cant it be bored to 125 over like all yhe other 2 cylinders? That would be much faster & cheaper than sleeving.



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greenday

01-01-2013 16:14:57
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 Re: Now that oil pump is worn out!!! -pics in reply to Canadian Ken, 01-01-2013 15:35:08  
Thats amazing!



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Fred from MO

01-01-2013 15:44:09
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 Re: Now that oil pump is worn out!!! -pics in reply to Canadian Ken, 01-01-2013 15:35:08  
Wow never seen a pump that worn down! Must be a billion revolutions in its life.



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