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Skip Burney

03-09-2019 19:39:54

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Well I got it running, it wouldnt pump fuel for anything so as a last resort I took a 1 inch box end wrench and hit the fuel pump 5 or 6 times and it started pumping fuel, I hooked up the lines it turned over 5 or 65 times and started right up. It has 70 lbs of oil pressure at idle. Now all I have to do is stop the darned combustion chamber cover leaks

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03-14-2019 21:38:46

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 Re: Got it running in reply to Skip Burney, 03-09-2019 19:39:54  
Sounds good, nice job!!!

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Skip Burney

03-14-2019 19:49:59

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 Re: Got it running in reply to Skip Burney, 03-09-2019 19:39:54  

Got it mounted and working as it should, I tightened the brackets and the vibration stopped

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Skip Burney

03-14-2019 18:26:28

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 Re: Got it running in reply to Skip Burney, 03-09-2019 19:39:54  
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Thanks I just finished making the brackets to mount a small Denso alternator on it

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03-14-2019 04:08:44

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 Re: Got it running in reply to Skip Burney, 03-09-2019 19:39:54  
Sounds good. Nice job.

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John Deere D

03-09-2019 21:42:15

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 Re: Got it running in reply to Skip Burney, 03-09-2019 19:39:54  
I'm apprehensive at even suggesting that this has worked for me........(Not an Engineered Procedure)

With GASKETS removed from Precom Caps,Caps set back on head with nuts finger tight..........I have taken a steel KING PIN...placed on PRE. COMP. CAP and waked KING PIN with Mechanics Hammer.

I believe,after over torquing the PRE CAPS were no longer flat.

Bob...No Guarantees.....Retired Power Engineer

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Jack in NB

03-10-2019 06:59:09

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 Re: Got it running in reply to John Deere D, 03-09-2019 21:42:15  
I finally had to chuck them up in a lathe.

Tedious, getting the exposed back surface lined up, but once accomplished it was straightforward to shave a bit off the gasket surface to true it up, and then a few thou off the rim of the chamber itself.

In retrospect, I should have made up a block to put in the chuck, to allow fast rechucking the things, in case more needed to be shaved off the cup rim.

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