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1973 18 Auto-"Pump-Repair"

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I now have the replacement installed and the engine repaired & rebuilt. I need to know the decal or tag that went on the baffle with the 4 small holes? The engine specifics and serial number will need to be made via "Redo Your Horse". The drive pulley for the rear PTO shaft was installed backwards, not any more!

 

 

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This being an original 18 Auto there was no splined washer before the coupling, that is a very hard part to locate........

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I did find the location for the small 15 amp decal, "I think". Also, looks like a K 482 foil as well.......

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11 minutes ago, elcamino/wheelhorse said:

Can not see any pictures.

I reposted them and D-Man seen them........

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I am putting forth my best effort, thank you. Any idea what the missing tag could be?

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Alignment of the PTO and shaft and pulley, machined surface outward, not a user friendly adjustment to say the least!

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Well, the time has come for the hydro motor install.......I really "hope" this is the final hydro related issue! I want to drive her around with a great big smile!:D

Update: The infamous headlight assembly decal! Easier than expected........

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The replacement pump & motor are mated and working wonderfully! So glad I decided to pull the pump off too! Many thanks to forum members that helped me through these repairs! I'll start a new topic tomorrow with pictures of the results.......

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