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1956 Ford 600 hydraulic pump noise

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Carlk0283

12-18-2017 20:29:49




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Anybody have any idea why my hydraulic pump would be making a grinding noise? Had the engine rebuilt and the pump wasnít making any noise. Put I‎t back together and now my pump is making a grinding noise. Iíve tried to upload a video but I‎t wonít let me. If anyone is familiar with these pumps, if youíll email me at Carlk0283@gmail.com Iíll send you the video.




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riveroadrat

12-19-2017 11:51:17




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 Re: 1956 Ford 600 hydraulic pump noise in reply to Carlk0283, 12-18-2017 20:29:49  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see I forgot to ask, who rebuilt the motor? Was the camshaft thrust plate checked? I have seen them broken before. If you pull the pump, pry a big screwdriver against the bolts and see if you can lift the rear camshaft driving gear any. I have an engine that either has a worn camshaft or camshaft bore or both. i could raise the gear 1/8" - 1/4". I quit driving it.

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Carlk0283

12-20-2017 17:31:51




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 Re: 1956 Ford 600 hydraulic pump noise in reply to riveroadrat, 12-19-2017 11:51:17  
I took the pump off and the camshaft gear etc has no slack what so ever and there was no metal shavings or anything that looked abnormal. Can i send you a video of it running?



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riveroadrat

12-19-2017 05:59:29




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 Re: 1956 Ford 600 hydraulic pump noise in reply to Carlk0283, 12-18-2017 20:29:49  
Did you tighten the camshaft pump drive gear? I would remove pump and check for metal debris. If you have worn crank and camshaft gears they will make noise at the pump when you are lifting something.



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Dollar Bill

12-19-2017 01:28:23




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 Re: 1956 Ford 600 hydraulic pump noise in reply to Carlk0283, 12-18-2017 20:29:49  
What Dean said.

Could the noise you're hearing be air in the system?

Does the pump produce lift?



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Carlk0283

12-19-2017 04:33:46




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 Re: 1956 Ford 600 hydraulic pump noise in reply to Dollar Bill, 12-19-2017 01:28:23  
Can i send you a video?



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Dean

12-18-2017 21:19:00




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 Re: 1956 Ford 600 hydraulic pump noise in reply to Carlk0283, 12-18-2017 20:29:49  
Not sure what you mean by "grinding" noise.

Did you set the drive gear backlash when you reinstalled the pump?

Dean



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Carlk0283

12-19-2017 04:29:37




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 Re: 1956 Ford 600 hydraulic pump noise in reply to Dean, 12-18-2017 21:19:00  
Can i send you a video i took Dean? I watched a youtube video of how to install and bleed the air out. I‎t didnít mention anything about backlash.



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