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oil seal on a touch control pump

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Charlie M

03-26-2020 13:00:06

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Anybody got any secrets for installing that little seal that goes in the pump. I managed to ruin the first one. I was trying to tap it down using a socket of the same size but I guess I can hold it or hit it right. I don't own a press.

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03-26-2020 19:26:59

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 Re: oil seal on a touch control pump in reply to Charlie M, 03-26-2020 13:00:06  
i love jims idea.....i always use a socket...12pt,or 6pt..which ever one is thickest or flattest....an oil to help pop in...i have destroyed one before...make sure to hit it flat.......

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caterpillar guy

03-26-2020 15:02:22

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 Re: oil seal on a touch control pump in reply to Charlie M, 03-26-2020 13:00:06  
If you have a hydraulic jack and a place like under the drawbar you have a press just use something to clean up the area so you don't get dirt in the job. I have used truck front ends and drawbars for presses for years. Also depending on what it is a wood splitter would work for some things.

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03-26-2020 14:53:21

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 Re: oil seal on a touch control pump in reply to Charlie M, 03-26-2020 13:00:06  
Find a piece of tubing that fits around the socket very closely. Cut it to the length of the socket. (you might need to cut the side longways to tailor the tube to the correct inside diameter. Hose clamp it to fit. Now the socket will be, and remain straight. You could also make (have made) a simple tool with shaft diameter bore, and seal OD as OD. But that costs 30 bucks at a friendly machine shop. Jim

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