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Fuel injection pump lines

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01-15-2020 15:45:40

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I am not sure what I am doing wrong. I was told that my injection pump might be bad, so I am trying to get it off. All is well except for 2 lines. I unscrewed them all of the way, but no matter what I do they wont come out of the pump. I wiggled and pried one to the point it snapped the steel line and its still in the pump. Any advice would be appreciated. MF40 with a perkins 3cyl and cav type pump. The two top lines on either end. The injector lines came right off

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01-15-2020 16:58:25

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 Re: Fuel injection pump lines in reply to hrobertson1, 01-15-2020 15:45:40  
I use a small pick to break up the rubber line sleeves, that's why the lines won't pull out. Pumps I repair sometimes come in with those lines still in place as the owner was tired of fighting the lines.

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01-15-2020 16:59:45

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 Re: Fuel injection pump lines in reply to Dieseltech, 01-15-2020 16:58:25  
Thank you so much, thats what i figured. Can I ask where you get new ones (Sleeves) and where can i get a new line?

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01-15-2020 19:48:40

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 Re: Fuel injection pump lines in reply to hrobertson1, 01-15-2020 16:59:45  
You can make the line from steel brake line, as I repair injection pumps I have the rubber line end sleeves on hand. Just need to know what size is needed.

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