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431 Case diesel injection pump

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Larry Jenkel

07-25-2011 13:29:49




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My Case 431 with 188 engine injector pump is in bad shape. I have a chance to get a injector pump for a Case 580 with 188. Will this work? The new pump is a Roosa Master DBGFCC-431-65AJ. All I can make out on my old original pump is DBG. Thanks!




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Case Nutty 1660

07-25-2011 15:19:07




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 Re: 431 Case diesel injection pump in reply to Larry Jenkel, 07-25-2011 13:29:49  
the 580( with a 188 or 207 Case engine) pump will bolt on but it should be set at 430 hp specs as the 580's were putting ot more ponies and may be hard on your drive train cnt



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Larry Jenkel

07-26-2011 13:32:04




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 Re: 431 Case diesel injection pump in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-25-2011 15:19:07  
Thank You very much!



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j hikempr

07-25-2011 20:27:15




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 Re: 431 Case diesel injection pump in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-25-2011 15:19:07  
drive train for 430 is same as 530 -630 ?rite ? and therefore 580 ,, adkguy told me that the fuekl pump settins is only diiference to make a 430 act like a 630 ,, not sure about 58



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Case Nutty 1660

07-26-2011 20:21:43




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 Re: 431 Case diesel injection pump in reply to j hikempr, 07-25-2011 20:27:15  
not every thing is the same but with caution i have done it,, Case was pretty good about matching power train to hp unlike ih and a/c used to try ,,not picking on them at all just stating facts early 560's had "M" ring and pinions, wouldn't take that 6 cylinder power ect now am not trying to start a war OK cnt



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mEl

07-27-2011 03:41:43




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 Re: 431 Case diesel injection pump in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-26-2011 20:21:43  

When the 188 was in everything Case sold we kept a rebuild on the shelf at all times. We used that same rebuild for everything. It was set at 450 crawler loader specifications and the people with 430-530's never complained about the power increase and drive train longevity was not an issue. mEl



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