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Oil pump rebuild?

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07-11-2018 20:49:41

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Working on a non-running 35 with z134. Is there a way to tell if the oil pump needs a rebuild kit? I have no idea the last time it ran. The engine is getting a full rebuild and I am guessing I need to rebuild the oil pump, but I hate to spend another $80 or so if I don't need to. But then again since I have it torn down to the bare block I might as well go ahead and do the oil pump too.

Advice appreciated.

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07-12-2018 06:06:25

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 Re: Oil pump rebuild? in reply to 54FergieTO30, 07-11-2018 20:49:41  
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I don't really like how the previous rebuild put the set screw in. Looks like it could spin very easily. I went ahead and ordered a new pump rebuild kit. Oh well its only money :)

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Tom h.

07-12-2018 07:34:11

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 Re: Oil pump rebuild? in reply to 54FergieTO30, 07-12-2018 06:06:25  
Itís not that bad, you will need to tap the shaft and gear together to make it work.

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07-12-2018 05:19:52

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 Re: Oil pump rebuild? in reply to 54FergieTO30, 07-11-2018 20:49:41  
Chances are the pump will have some wear unless it was replaced previously.

It is easy to disassemble and inspect. A shop manual gives the wear tolerances and shimming procedure.

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matt from oz

07-11-2018 20:56:10

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 Re: Oil pump rebuild? in reply to 54FergieTO30, 07-11-2018 20:49:41  
Hi 54 TO35

Why wouldn't you do the oil pump? You are in there doing the engine why not renew everything and be all good to go. $80 is cheaper than a short lived engine overhaul.

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07-12-2018 05:31:53

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 Re: Oil pump rebuild? in reply to matt from oz, 07-11-2018 20:56:10  
One reason would be no increase in pressure. My new rebuild kit had no effect.

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