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Removing oil pump on Farmall C

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YooperJD60

12-04-2018 07:48:32




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Anything to watch for when removing the oil pump? What about when re-installing? Does the gear on the shaft need to be timed or anything?




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Roger in Wisconsin

12-05-2018 05:43:39




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 Re: Removing oil pump on Farmall C in reply to YooperJD60, 12-04-2018 07:48:32  
The oil pan bolts are two sizes, front and rear are shorter. Don't over torque them because they go in pot metal.



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rustyfarmall

12-04-2018 13:52:11




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 Re: Removing oil pump on Farmall C in reply to YooperJD60, 12-04-2018 07:48:32  
Yes. A gear on the camshaft.



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rustyfarmall

12-04-2018 08:28:57




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 Re: Removing oil pump on Farmall C in reply to YooperJD60, 12-04-2018 07:48:32  
Just pull it out. Nothing needs to be timed or indexed.



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YooperJD60

12-04-2018 10:27:35




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 Re: Removing oil pump on Farmall C in reply to rustyfarmall, 12-04-2018 08:28:57  
Thanks! I guess I should clarify.. I'm asking about the engine's oil pump....NOT the hydraulic pump. What drives the engine oil pump ? Camshaft?



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hendrik

12-04-2018 13:51:18




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 Re: Removing oil pump on Farmall C in reply to YooperJD60, 12-04-2018 10:27:35  
Yes,the oil pump is driven off the camshaft. And, yes, Rustyfarmall s answer is correct.



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