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Re: 550 front engine cover

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J. Schwiebert

10-26-2012 18:58:16

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Yes they did have those kits. If it rains tonight I will get my service bulletins out and get you the part number. I will give you a word of caution. I never did a 550, mostly 1650 & 1800 tractors. You may need to prop up the engine and slide the front frame ahead so the double pulley will clear the frame. On your water pump. 190160 was also used on the 88 models. The seal is failry common. You may be better off buying the bearing from a bearing house as kits from Agco are not cheap, You can buy aftermarket pumps cheaper than the kits. Send me a phone number we can talk more on these subjects.

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Don K.

10-27-2012 06:20:07

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 Re: 550 front engine cover in reply to J. Schwiebert, 10-26-2012 18:58:16  
Thanks for the info. I have the cover off and yes I had to remove the engine to frame bolts and raise the engine to get the pulley off. If you have service bulletins please send to my e mail.
Iíll probably go with rebuilt water pump. 40 years ago I worked for a Case dealership and we would rebuild the pumps in house. The kits back then came with bearing and ceramic seal assy. I havenít checked with Agco, yes they are proud of their parts $$.

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