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1175profarm

03-04-2011 16:12:40




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Looking for any info about bumping the engine oil pressure up on a 770 with the 267 diesel. Have done this on the pumps in the 504s but this thing is a whole other animal, not sure if it is doable or not.




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mEl

03-05-2011 04:05:25




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 Re: 770 engine oil pressure in reply to Moline_guy, 03-04-2011 16:12:40  

1175profarm said: (quoted from post at 17:12:40 03/04/11) Looking for any info about bumping the engine oil pressure up on a 770 with the 267 diesel. Have done this on the pumps in the 504s but this thing is a whole other animal, not sure if it is doable or not.


Yeah it's doable, the older three gear balancer is done by loosening a locknut and screwing an adjustment and the newer balancer has a cotter pin to retain the cup plug which you would place shims behind. The oil pump is contained within the balancer but the adjustment is external. mEl
This post was edited by mEl at 04:09:57 03/05/11 2 times.

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