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Re: 445 Industrial Hyd Pump-DEAD uh oh

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09-24-2013 06:31:56

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HI thanks for the help! I should have mentioned that the day before I was a bit stuck, came flying backwards over a mound of gravel and SLAMMED down hard enough to break one of the safety chains holding the hoe up. I wonder if in that jolt something worked loose?

If I pull the pump I assume I will see the shaft turning, if it is turning. . . right? And if that shaft is turning then obviously it has become disconnected from the pump.

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09-24-2013 10:13:54

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 Re: 445 Industrial Hyd Pump-DEAD uh oh in reply to cmcgalla, 09-24-2013 06:31:56  
Yes, that bouncing around could have jarred something loose. I think that is what happened with the forklift. Worked just fine when I bought it, I had it hauled 100 miles to home, then it did not work. I figure the incline loading and road bumps caused the coupling to work its way to one end, like I said it is too short to start with. If you take the pump off the shaft should turn with the engine. The other end has splines on the flywheel. I suppose they could go bad, but that should make some grinding noise.

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09-25-2013 16:53:01

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 Re: 445 Industrial Hyd Pump-DEAD uh oh in reply to brian(MN), 09-24-2013 10:13:54  

Well I found the problem, the coupling sleeve that goes from the PTO shaft to the pump is broken, I have attached pics. Any idea where to get one? Is this a standard part?

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09-25-2013 18:10:00

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 Re: 445 Industrial Hyd Pump-DEAD uh oh in reply to cmcgalla, 09-25-2013 16:53:01  
I wonder if that is a standard sleeve for all hydraulic pumps on 445s? I might have one on my workbench, I'll have to look tomorrow.

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09-25-2013 17:08:32

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 Re: 445 Industrial Hyd Pump-DEAD uh oh in reply to cmcgalla, 09-25-2013 16:53:01  
Wendell Everett will have the part you need.
740-922-3335. He will eventually answer.

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