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Another PIC of the 900B

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Ande

05-18-2012 19:31:01




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CNT told me he wanted to see a different angle of the "900B",so I thought I would get another one up for you all to look at.She needs work,she will start up and run and have about 35lbs of oil pressure,but as she warms up,it might go down too around 5.Of course I'm hopeing too figure out something that is simple,but usually it doesnt work that way

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bill talbert

05-19-2012 13:59:29




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 Re: Another PIC of the 900B in reply to Ande, 05-18-2012 19:31:01  
easy fix on the hole in the hood!!! remove hood! sand on the inside about an inch around the hole ! cut a piece of metal the same thickness an inch bigger!! then get 3-m metal bond and glue a patch on the inside of hood!!!fill with all metal on the outside and smooth up!!! ready for paint!!!know one will know its there but you and i!!! BILL



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caseman-d

05-18-2012 20:45:50




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 Re: Another PIC of the 900B in reply to Ande, 05-18-2012 19:31:01  
Awww the famous cut a hole in the hood to add power steering fluid. I have one that they at least put hinges and made a door.
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casecollectorsc

05-18-2012 20:28:55




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 Re: Another PIC of the 900B in reply to Ande, 05-18-2012 19:31:01  
Pull the pan and check the bypass spring on the oil pump. Had a 500 do that and had a broken spring!!



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Ande

05-19-2012 05:40:37




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 Re: Another PIC of the 900B in reply to casecollectorsc, 05-18-2012 20:28:55  
Did your "500" do the same thing,pretty good oil pressure at first,then drop away? Will sure check that.Thanks for the tip

Yes,I suppose there wasnt the funnels back then or they just thought it wouldnt matter.But that will need to be corrected,that hole cant be there!



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