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01-03-2012 15:48:49

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This message is a reply to an archived post by davejoe on January 30, 2011 at 05:48:14.
The original subject was "case 148 oil pump".

I rebuilt a G148B in 2006. I called a place called Baier tractor. Some old timer set me up with a case diesel engine oil pump new. It was a little thicker more volume pump but bolted right on. Had to change to my reliefe spring has been working fine for 5 years.I think it was for a 190D Case. I know how frustrated I was geting trying to find the pump as every thing else is availible. If you want the info let me know I will look it up in my records. I am now looking for push rods for same engine G148B Brother in law borrowed tractor ran very old gass through it and gummed up valves bent 6 push rods. They are hard to find. If you know where I can find pushrods let me know Thanks.

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C. Amick

01-04-2012 18:22:40

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 Re: case 148 oil pump in reply to bobbowman, 01-03-2012 15:48:49  
I bought push rods for my 311 with 148 engine from a Case dozer/backhoe dealer. Should be the same engine that is in the Case 310 dozer and others.

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