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Injection pump number

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Ohio88

02-23-2014 17:45:29
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There is a seal leaking on the injection pump on the Super 88 Diesel. When I called the diesel shops they want a 10 digit number I don't have a ten digit number. The only number I have is PSB6A-70Y-3826A. Does anyone know where I might be able to get a 10 didgit number cross reference.

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Ohio88

02-26-2014 14:10:51
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 Re: Injection pump number in reply to Ohio88, 02-23-2014 17:45:29  
Have a seal on the way. The bearing feels fine no play. I will try the seal when it gets here. Thanks for all the info.



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BM

02-25-2014 06:54:21
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 Re: Injection pump number in reply to Ohio88, 02-23-2014 17:45:29  
I've replaced seals on plenty of pumps that the bearings and shaft were just fine, but the original 50+ year old leather seal was beyond it's intended life expectancy.



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J. W. Schwiebert

02-25-2014 12:10:36
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 Re: Injection pump number in reply to BM, 02-25-2014 06:54:21  
I would say at least 80% of the ones I did took new bearings along with the seal. J.



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Ohio88

02-24-2014 18:43:35
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 Re: Injection pump number in reply to Ohio88, 02-23-2014 17:45:29  
J.

The number is nine three seven six seven two 1209



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Mr. Bosch

02-24-2014 18:30:04
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 Re: Injection pump number in reply to Ohio88, 02-23-2014 17:45:29  
Just changing the seal does not solve the problem. You need to replace the bearings and the shaft if you can find one or repair the old one. Post your phone number. J.



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BM

02-24-2014 08:56:35
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 Re: Injection pump number in reply to Ohio88, 02-23-2014 17:45:29  
The AGCO Number is K5790 for about $27. I'm curious to know what Bosch wants, a couple years ago I was talking to a pump shop and he said Bosch was nearly $100. He ordered 10 AGCO seals from me.



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Ohio88

02-24-2014 05:56:39
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 Re: Injection pump number in reply to Ohio88, 02-23-2014 17:45:29  
The seal is on what is called the fulcrum shaft in the parts break down. And yes it looks like I can change it on the engine. It is amazing be cause Northwest rebuilt this about 8 or 9 years ago and now can't find the number for the pump.
J will you sell me the seal?



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j williams

02-24-2014 03:48:01
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 Re: Injection pump number in reply to Ohio88, 02-23-2014 17:45:29  
J will you sell that seal set to me. Email is open. Cell 240-925-0789



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J. W. Schwiebert

02-23-2014 18:21:21
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 Re: Injection pump number in reply to Ohio88, 02-23-2014 17:45:29  
We have a spare seal, a set of bearings and a gasket set at work. The pump does not need to come off to replace that. I was going to do one for an article for the HPOCA magazine. More questions let me know. J.



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Dieseltech

02-23-2014 17:51:52
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 Re: Injection pump number in reply to Ohio88, 02-23-2014 17:45:29  
If you are talking about the throttle shaft oil seal that is Ambac # PK901, and be sitting down when you price it. There is no cross reference I have found, and most likely need it torn down to replace the bearings, and maybe the shaft and housing too, as if they are worn shaft is no longer centered to keep it from leaking.



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