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david brown 1210- remove fuel sustem

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04-25-2012 18:28:46

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Are there any tricks to removing the fuel pump on a DB1210?

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04-27-2012 04:28:33

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 Re: david brown 1210- remove fuel sustem in reply to banjo352, 04-25-2012 18:28:46  
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How exactly do you shut the fuel off? There isn't a shut off in the system. I crack open the nuts at the tank on the 2 lines to break siphon.

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04-27-2012 04:26:27

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 Re: david brown 1210- remove fuel sustem in reply to Rusty16, 04-25-2012 18:28:46  
Injector pump, or Lift pump?

Lift pump is pretty obvious, 2 nuts and 2 lines.

Injector pump, the timing gear has to come off before it will come out. Late tractors have and access cover on the front of the timing cover to get to the nut or bolts that hold on the gear. Early tractors require the removal of the timing cover to get at them(I pull the radiator to do this). Other than that it is all straight forward.

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Ky Diary Farmer

04-26-2012 06:58:39

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 Re: david brown 1210- remove fuel sustem in reply to Rusty16, 04-25-2012 18:28:46  
Just took the fuel pump off my David Brown 990. Not to big of a job. Same as the 1210 but smaller. Just make sure you shut your deisel off! If not it leak deisel like crazy!

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04-26-2012 17:41:19

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 Re: david brown 1210- remove fuel sustem in reply to Ky Diary Farmer, 04-26-2012 06:58:39  
Thanks for that one. I found that out the hard way too. Have I missed something more than the three mounting nuts?

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