Topic: Re: 3-cylinder hydraulic pump identify
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I think you pegged it pretty good yourself John on the different pumps.
There were 3 different types of connections on those pumps - early with the flange and two different types of pressure connection after that.
I think TractorData might be off on this one as I really doubt there is any difference between the 2/3000 pumps.
Dzus, what is wrong with your old pump?
They are pretty easy to rebuild and parts are not expensive - maybe $75?
I have a couple of used pumps here if you need one - including a new old stock one.
Need to know what style you have tho.
Those pumps actually bolt to the rear of the engine - not the bell housing. They are driven off the rear end of the cam.
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