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coonie minnie

01-09-2021 14:05:38

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Is this leak- from the black cover- easily resealable? Or is this a job for a pump shop????

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coonie minnie

01-10-2021 05:08:14

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 Re: standadyne injection pump question in reply to coonie minnie, 01-09-2021 14:05:38  
Thanks for the help, gentlemen.

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01-09-2021 17:49:44

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 Re: standadyne injection pump question in reply to coonie minnie, 01-09-2021 14:05:38  
Dieseltech, what is the best way to contact you regarding pump rebuilds?

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01-09-2021 18:41:07

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 Re: standadyne injection pump question in reply to 55deere70, 01-09-2021 17:49:44  
Send an E-mail, mhf35diesel@yahoo.com for more info. Or text five seven four eight three five 3292.

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01-09-2021 15:30:41

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 Re: standadyne injection pump question in reply to coonie minnie, 01-09-2021 14:05:38  
Looks like a DM pump. There are two O rings on that advance piston cap. PROBABLY could be replace them on engine, but my experience has been other leaks usually show up soon after. Wise thing to do is have the compete pump resealed and calibration reset. Why I'm not a fan of patch jobs anymore.

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