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Need to get a little info if possible.

Discussion in 'Shop Talk' started by carogator, Jan 19, 2019.

  1. carogator

    carogator Well-Known Member

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    here are some more gaskets clark pump.JPG gaskets I cut.JPG gaskets snug fit.JPG L33539.JPG
     
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    carogator Well-Known Member

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    Rule lies where gasket lays.JPG seal installed in regulator (bottomed out).JPG transmission tag clark 002.JPG no gaskets in place.JPG
    and the rest.
     
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    partsandservice Senior Member

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    I don't understand why you have that protrusion but you should not. KIMG0474.JPG
     
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    carogator Well-Known Member

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    I found out why it protrudes. The cylinder with the bearings was cocked in the housing and would not go back inside. After I cleaned it some, everything fit. the springs in the adapter pushes them back out. I'll have to mount pump before mounting the adapter, using the factory gaskets.
    Now, just have to get a part# for the right pump.
    Ford # is D5NN7C421A for update.
    Original # is D3NN7A103A
    Been unable to cross it
     
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    So there should be a small retaining ring to hold that valve plate from protruding that way. KIMG0477.JPG KIMG0475.JPG
     
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    You might get some information from Allied Systems Company. They have always been helpful to me. The number you provided that is on the pump is a clark number, but I can't get it come up either . There may be an updated part number or it could be proprietary. Allied will likely be able to tell you which.
     
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    carogator Well-Known Member

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    There is a ring there and it was in place, but only contacting one barrel. I believe that if I can find a pair of barrels in decent shape, it may still work. That will be a last resort.
    Thanks for all the help. Much appreciated. There is a place in Simpsonville, SC with a fork lift graveyard.
     
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    Machinery Parts Warehouse
    815 580 3274
    And
    IHM Used Parts
    888 535 2817
    Both show to have 2 if those pumps in stock under D3NN6A103A. I have not dealt with either , just did a parts search on Machinery Trader.
     
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    Alright, I sure appreciate that. I will be in touch with them shortly. Going to pull a vacuum on the suction tube tomorrow. I have the pump all cleaned up and back together. Left the adapter assy snugged up but no pressure on the pump. Everything looks right now. If vacuum test is good, I will put it back on and tighten the bolts. Cross your fingers.
     
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    carogator Well-Known Member

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    Partsandservice, I really appreciate your help with this project. Today, I got to do the vacuum test. Before I even got a reading, I was drawing oil at the entrance to the regulator. Reinstalled the assy and fired it off. Pump primed up quicker than it ever has since I've owned it. Didn't do it properly, oil wasn't warmed up, but I had 210 lbs pressure in all gear positions except 3rd forward. It was 205. Monday, I will try to move the machine and see what happens.
     
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    Glad to be of assistance.