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Re: John Deere 70 almost complete

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Blksmok

06-25-2020 05:28:55




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A new shaft costs about $260, but you can get a completely rebuilt pump for $450 from a company in Michigan (Owasso)




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kycase1

06-25-2020 12:48:19




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 Re: John Deere 70 almost complete in reply to Blksmok, 06-25-2020 05:28:55  
Have shaft and shaft key, seals and spacers, bushing and bearing all ordered.



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blksmok

06-25-2020 14:15:22




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 Re: John Deere 70 almost complete in reply to kycase1, 06-25-2020 12:48:19  
Good deal, let us know what you find when you disassemble the pump. Bad seals or bad shaft?



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kycase1

06-25-2020 16:12:51




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 Re: John Deere 70 almost complete in reply to blksmok, 06-25-2020 14:15:22  
The pump was in a mess. When I opened the pump I found that sometime in the past the key had sheared and the shaft had spun in the gear. They had welded up the groove that had wore in the shaft and turned it back down. They cut key slots in the shaft(one on both sides) and used what looked like the flywheel keys from a briggs lawn mower engine. They used double seals on both ends but the shaft was grooved bad. The gears looked real good but the bushing on the input end of the shaft and the bearing on the output end were questionable so I ordered them too. Hopefully it will make a good pump when I get it back together.

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blksmok

06-25-2020 19:16:45




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 Re: John Deere 70 almost complete in reply to kycase1, 06-25-2020 16:12:51  
With all of the required parts to rebuild the pump you can see why rebuilt ones cost $450. Did you get all the parts from John Deere?



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kycase1

06-26-2020 05:32:16




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 Re: John Deere 70 almost complete in reply to blksmok, 06-25-2020 19:16:45  
Got all the parts from John Deere except the shaft. Got the shaft aftermarket for around $250, The shaft alone from John Deere was over $400.



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blksmok

06-26-2020 06:53:46




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 Re: John Deere 70 almost complete in reply to kycase1, 06-26-2020 05:32:16  
Still amazes me that you can get all the parts to from JD to rebuild a power steering pump on a tractor that is 64 years old.



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