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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-16-2008, 02:59 AM Thread Starter
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missing engine ID plate dont know cpl

hi I picked up 2 6BT's and one of them does not have the engine ID plate so I don't have a CPL number. Is there another way to find out the cpl? Both motors came out of generators. one is p pumped and the one I can't identify is a rotary pump. I got a super rediculous deal on the pair :evil: so I am not to worried about not having the plate on there. I figure maybe someone on here might be able to point me in the right direction. :thanks:


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The rotary pump should have a 10mm plunger. No good for modifying. I don't think that p-pump has 12mm barrels either. You will want to look heavily into this. I am thinking niether have correct governors. Sorry for the lack of help on the cpl###.

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Post a pic of the rotary pump. There are a couple of different types used in ag equipment.

Both will have load based governors. You need RPM based for road usage.

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