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F2 GLEANER

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DAL

12-14-2009 19:54:48




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HI EVERYONE, I POSTED THIS YESTERDAY, BUT I DONT THINK I DID IT RIGHT BECAUSE I CANT FIND MY QUESTION ON THIS SITE ANYWHERE? ILL TRY AGAIN. I HAVE A 200 CI 433T ALLIS ON MY F2 W/ BAD INJ PUMP.I RECEIVED MY NEW PUMP TODAY. MY I/T MANUAL WILL BE HERE THURSDAY, BUT I NEED TO FINISH PICKING BEFORE THE SNOW DRIFTS DRAG THE CORN TO THE GROUND. HOW DO I TIME THIS PUMP? DOSE THE PUMP GEAR COME OUT WITH THE PUMP OR STAY IN THE ENGINE.ANY INFO WOULD BE GREAT! THANKS, DOUG

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glr62

12-15-2009 07:34:47




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 Re: F2 GLEANER in reply to DAL, 12-14-2009 19:54:48  
Believe you'll find it easier to remove gear. trying to get seal and shaft lined up will be easier. Be sure and tie throttle wide open in case shaft comes out of new pump. Just slide old pump out of housing a little and tap on end of shaft to remove gear.



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Allan In NE

12-15-2009 06:57:50




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 Re: F2 GLEANER in reply to DAL, 12-14-2009 19:54:48  
There is a tiny square plate on the side of the pump held on with two screws.

Take this cover off. Turn the engine by hand until the two timing marks line up exactly. Then, swap out the pumps.

The shaft and timing gear will stay with the engine.

Allan



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J Heitkemper

12-14-2009 20:12:47




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 Re: F2 GLEANER in reply to DAL, 12-14-2009 19:54:48  
Its on tractor tales ,,,probably 2 nd or 3rd page by now ,, Lot of traffic on there this time of year , other topic areasare not as intense with traffic , And ya , got a few decent helpful answers too .......



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