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Minneapolis Moline Tractors Discussion Forum
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445 water pump removal

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Alan K

07-30-2020 21:08:00




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Im assuming the fan needs to be removed to take the water pump out? Are there nuts on the inside of the pulley or are they stationary in the pulley? The I&T book says to remove the air cleaner and take it out that side of the tractor.




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Alan K

08-06-2020 21:45:02




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 Re: 445 water pump removal in reply to Alan K, 07-30-2020 21:08:00  
Got the pump out but need to disassemble it. Which direction does the bearing and shaft get pressed out. Need to get the hub and pulley off for the other pump. Hopefully the wire lock will come out...maybe lol.



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t.r.k.

08-03-2020 09:07:05




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 Re: 445 water pump removal in reply to Alan K, 07-30-2020 21:08:00  
Its been a while, but I think you might want to take the water pump out with the plate it attaches to. You probably want to renew the o-rings on the water tube while its apart. If the tube is 'iffy' you might want to replace it too.



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Alan K

08-05-2020 21:59:48




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 Re: 445 water pump removal in reply to t.r.k., 08-03-2020 09:07:05  
Sounds like a good plan. Not a lot of room on them with the plate in the way.



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molinegb

08-07-2020 15:41:04




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 Re: 445 water pump removal in reply to Alan K, 08-05-2020 21:59:48  
Every 206 I rebuild get new water tubes, O rings and waterpump. Will come back to bite you every time.



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ChrisQ

07-31-2020 19:57:29




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 Re: 445 water pump removal in reply to Alan K, 07-30-2020 21:08:00  
Might want to just put bandages on your knuckles before you start. Seems I always end up bleeding changing a water pump on them.



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Alan K

07-31-2020 21:38:01




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 Re: 445 water pump removal in reply to ChrisQ, 07-31-2020 19:57:29  
LOL I know what you mean



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molinegb

07-31-2020 05:23:54




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 Re: 445 water pump removal in reply to Alan K, 07-30-2020 21:08:00  
Just 4 bolts hold fan to pump.



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Alan K

07-31-2020 07:53:47




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 Re: 445 water pump removal in reply to molinegb, 07-31-2020 05:23:54  
Yes, 4 bolts but Im wondering on the inside of the pulley. The one I have looks like there are square nuts in it.



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Cliff Nelson

07-31-2020 17:49:24




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 Re: 445 water pump removal in reply to Alan K, 07-31-2020 07:53:47  
The square nuts are welded to the pulley.



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Alan K

07-31-2020 21:38:31




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 Re: 445 water pump removal in reply to Cliff Nelson, 07-31-2020 17:49:24  
That is what I figured and was hoping. Thank you



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molinegb

07-31-2020 09:35:06




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 Re: 445 water pump removal in reply to Alan K, 07-31-2020 07:53:47  
Just checked in shop manual. Shows taking out with fan still attached. Not a lot of room. Never seen nuts on inside. Maybe studs were coming loose. Same pump as on all Jetstars.Have changed changed several. Rebuilds are only way to go unless you want to fight with seal.



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