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Re: 64 Ford 4000 overheated and blew rad cap off

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Thank you for your thoughts Cowboy. I am looking, and trying to figure this out still. Looking at my manuals - the best I can figure out is that it appears that pump shaft runs right through the pivot pin.

That must be one tough pin to be hollow and take that kind of weight and force on it!

If there is an old-time ford mechanic that can speak to this issue, I sure do want to hear from him as well.

As it is right now. My fan blades hit the frame and the radiator is empty. I will report back here what happens when I pour water into the radiator. I would be absolutely shocked if it is only the fan blade that is damaged (I do not see how it could only be the fan blade.)

Here is the pictures of what I can see.

This photo is (rotated ccw 90 deg) showing a picture of the pump shaft going through the pivot pin. Should those splines be visible?

(This photo did not rotate when it was imported.) It seems to be clearly evident that the pump shaft runs through the pivot pin.

Again, rotatied c cw 90 deg, in this picture I am showing that the shaft appears to be resting on the bottom of the hole it passes through. It seems like that shaft should be centered more than it is shown here.

Thanks for looking. I appreciate what you guys can say about what you see.

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