Topic: Re: new idea for GBD puller.
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If I'm wrong I'll take a beating but here goes anyway: don't know as much about the 800 but if memory serves correct the real early ones had cast iron pistons. So I THINK you would only need to machine one hole right between the cylinders in the jug...I believe its the only one the diesels have than the gas. I know its true for a 504 and similar. A G1000 roosamaster pump would not put out enough fuel but you need that core to send to a pump shop and put a 450 head on and open up the injector tips. Also use the diesel accessory drive, you may need to change your timing gear set to mesh with the injector pump drive gear. Sound possible with a lot of digging, some head scratching and maybe a whole bunch of beer LOL!! Just my thoughts....
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