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7=3 (19=105) loader pump question

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jimf in mo

07-22-2018 20:55:58

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I am refurbishing a 19-105 loader which I purchased a while back and just getting around to it. My question is in regard to the pump. I have disassemble it and refurbished, new seal, O-rings, bearings I looked at the exploded view prior to disassembly and noted the direction arrow on the rotor. I reassembled as shown in the exploded view. Then I looked at the assembled pump on the upper part of the page and notice the arrow going in the opposite direction I have a second pump that the arrows are going left. Is the arrow directional? left hand pump arrow to left. I turned the rotor around so the arrow faces left ASSuming its directional any clarification will be much appreicated

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07-23-2018 18:15:18

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 Re: 7=3 (19=105) loader pump question in reply to jimf in mo, 07-22-2018 20:55:58  
I havent been into one of those but you can usually tell by the way the porting holes are in the pump. Of course my advice never comes with a guarantee.

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