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moday

09-21-2018 04:19:26




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Question on Ford 600. I have the tractor split as we are cleaning / painting, trying to do a decent restoration.

The engine block is hard to clean. I'd like to remove the hydraulic pump. The pump has a manifold that mates up to the "trans half" of the split tractor. I have a few questions about this system....

1) the manifold seals with O-rings against the trans half of the tractor. Should I replace those O-rings?

2) Looks like 3 bolts hold the manifold to the pump. Not leaking now, but can I separate that joint with no concerns? This would be just to clean the block and manifold better for painting.

3) what about taking pump off motor/engine block? Looks like gear drive off back of cam. There are two good sized bolts between pump and motor. I think I can remove them and maybe pump will just come off? I just don't want to find out that gaskets or seal system is not available.

This is all just to get things real clean...kind of a mess behind the hydraulic pump from 60 years.

thanks, moday

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Sean in PA

09-21-2018 05:12:37




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 Re: Ford 600 - in reply to moday, 09-21-2018 04:19:26  
Manifold unbolts from pump just like it unbolts form trans. There are o-rings there as well. You should replace all o-rings when reassembling. Pump unbolts from engine and lifts off. There should be a gasket where the body of the pump mounts to the engine. Replace the gasket when reassembling. Tape or mask all mating surfaces before painting, where pump mounts to engine and where manifold mounts to pump and trans.

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