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Re: Oliver Super 55 Diesel

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Larry Cecil

12-29-2012 10:20:21

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Got some too afraid I'm going to hit it wrong though. My son said Dad we will put a light filler on it and then wet sand the devil out of it. He's a perfectionist like me.

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Chief 83

12-29-2012 18:55:15

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 Re: Oliver Super 55 Diesel in reply to Larry Cecil, 12-29-2012 10:20:21  
If you figure out or already know where to get a new lift pump please let me know. Been looking a long time and just can't find one.

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Dick W.

12-29-2012 19:32:38

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 Re: Oliver Super 55 Diesel in reply to Chief 83, 12-29-2012 18:55:15  
What is wrong with your pump?

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Chief 83

12-29-2012 20:25:35

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 Re: Oliver Super 55 Diesel in reply to Dick W., 12-29-2012 19:32:38  
It has been rebuilt once and I think it still might be leaking internally. I am getting fuel into the crankcase. I'm told it is either the lift pump leaking or the injection pump. Since an injection pump rebuild is in the neighborhood of $500 I thought I'd start with the lift pump and see if that solved my problem.

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