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Ford 801 diesel injection pump and injector rebuild

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tcurtis

01-28-2020 18:45:29




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I will soon be looking to have the Roosa Master injection pump and injectors from my 801 diesel (172) rebuilt. I've read the various pros and cons of doing it yourself and would prefer to have it done professionally. I was wondering if anyone would recommend a shop based on their experience. I'm in east-central PA but would be willing to send the items where necessary to have it done right and as economically as possible. The machine shop where I'm going to have the block hot tanked is connected to a major farm implement dealership in our area but they don't rebuild pumps or injectors and didn't recommend anyone. In fact the gentleman I spoke to opined that it might be difficult to have the pump rebuilt due to lack of parts availability. Anyway, this forum has been a valuable source of information so I figured I'd ask another question.
Thanks for your time.

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Dieseltech

01-29-2020 04:40:39




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 Re: Ford 801 diesel injection pump and injector rebuild in reply to tcurtis, 01-28-2020 18:45:29  
I have parts for that pump, and some NOS pumps with new hydraulic heads now that I didn't have before. E-mail mhf35diesel@yahoo.com for more info.



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Kscha41

01-29-2020 03:39:45




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 Re: Ford 801 diesel injection pump and injector rebuild in reply to tcurtis, 01-28-2020 18:45:29  
I also had my pump along with my injectors rebuilt by Oregon fuel injection. They did a great job and got it back to me pretty quick.



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ArleninOr

01-28-2020 22:24:33




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 Re: Ford 801 diesel injection pump and injector rebuild in reply to tcurtis, 01-28-2020 18:45:29  
Talk to Diesel Tech or Al Baker the pumpman here on the forum. Would deal with either of them.



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nashranch

01-28-2020 19:08:44




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 Re: Ford 801 diesel injection pump and injector rebuild in reply to tcurtis, 01-28-2020 18:45:29  
My neighbor has a Ford 841 diesel with probably the roosamaster pump. H e had it rebuilt by Oregon fuel injection here in Eugene, Oregon for about 800 bucks. They did an excellent job

https://oregonfuelinjection.com/



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tcurtis

01-29-2020 22:33:41




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 Re: Ford 801 diesel injection pump and injector rebuild in reply to nashranch, 01-28-2020 19:08:44  
Thanks for the suggestions.



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