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WD hydraulic cam followers

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04-24-2010 11:04:36

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Does anyone know if there is a rebuild kit for a wd hydraulic pump? Three out of the four cam followers are shot, and the 5/16 spring is in three peices. Any help will be greatly appericiated. Thanks.

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04-25-2010 06:31:10

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 Re: WD hydraulic cam followers in reply to jake1980, 04-24-2010 11:04:36  
I am currently playing with the hydraulics on my ca, I noticed mention of 3000psi for pressure is this the same for all allis pumps? Also what is "good flow" 5 GPM. 10GPM?

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Dennis Stork

04-24-2010 15:48:07

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 Re: WD hydraulic cam followers in reply to jake1980, 04-24-2010 11:04:36  
We just checked out 3 used pumps today at the shop. While none of the 3 are totally rebuilt...all three will develop 3000 pounds of pressure with good volumn. All three have checked out control valves installed with new "O" ring. All three pumps have had the attaching points rebuilt so there is no play in the controls. The pumps have been set to a 0 shut off spot so if installed without messing with the control rod, the pump will be truely off. Email for more info. Den

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04-24-2010 12:48:26

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 Re: WD hydraulic cam followers in reply to jake1980, 04-24-2010 11:04:36  
I have tried looking on agco website, but come up with nothing. I don't know where to look.

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Jeff Z.

04-24-2010 12:55:54

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 Re: WD hydraulic cam followers in reply to jake1980, 04-24-2010 12:48:26  
Give Sandy Lake Implement a call and ask for Brenda in the parts dept. She can help you.
This girl knows here Allis Chalmers parts.
If they have it she will get it for you.


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Jeff Z.

04-24-2010 11:21:40

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 Re: WD hydraulic cam followers in reply to jake1980, 04-24-2010 11:04:36  
AGCO still sells some kits and parts for some pumps.

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Jeff Z.

04-24-2010 11:29:38

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 Re: WD hydraulic cam followers in reply to Jeff Z., 04-24-2010 11:21:40  
The followers may be a nolonger stocked part.

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