Posted by D G Wells on January 11, 2013 at 20:29:23 from (22.214.171.124):
In Reply to: L water pump posted by Jmohr on January 11, 2013 at 17:15:24:
Jmohr, The L water pumps should be like the LA water pumps in the way they reach into the block. There is the first flange in the front of the block and a second flange back about two inches. Both flanges get rusted to the block. If it does not come out readily here is a method that will work. Remove the pulley and the pump bolts. Put two of the bolts into the threaded holes in the front flange of the pump and tighten them slightly to put pressure against the block. Be gentle here as not to break the pump housing. Block off the lower water port of the block and fill the water jacket with diesel or similar oil enough to get above the water pump. Lightly tap around on the snout of the pump with a small hammer or a rubber mallet. Might take minutes or hours or days, but it will break loose. Have a five gallon bucket under the tractor to catch the diesel when it pours out. Happy soaking. I am including a picture of my first LA, and now I have done two; have learned a lot about them. ---Derrol in Texas---
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