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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-28-2005, 04:33 AM Thread Starter
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pump adj. wrench

anybody happen to know the part number for the cool hook shaped wrench that gets the hidden bolt on the rotory pump ??? ...or better yet, know where I can buy one???
---I need some timeing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :93C_peelo

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Since when you run a VE pump? Have you called cummins about the wrench?
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uh oh....my secret is out :
I've been to 3 different Cummins "authorized dealers" and none of them can (are willing to) help me unless I have a part number.

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What Morons... I'll see if I can find you a P/N...
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www.snap-on.com. Part number sp144. $28. http://buy1.snapon.com/catalog/item...-store&tool=all
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U DA MAN!!:Thumbup:
I just ordered it.
thanks!

wuhdaya call 100 lazy-paid by the hour- parts countermen at the bottom of the ocean ??


....a good start.

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Blaaahhhhaaaaaa
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Don't forget to install one of those 366 or 388 governer springs from Piers while your at it. And you could also just get rid of the AFC foot, and remove the fuel shutdown solenoid before you blow it up, just remove the plunger and spring and use a cable shutdown. Also you could take a Dremmel and cut your own fuel pin, back the smoke screw all the way out, and turn the starwheel counterclockwise one thread from the top. Also you could replace the small white spacer on the fuel pin with a rubber o-ring, and use a metric M6 bolt to replace the high and low idle adjustment stops, and then turn the power screw in until it idles at the desired speed. Also you could run a switched wire to the KSB solenoid to add 1* of timing when you need it.:smoke: :smoke:
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smokem....you sound like just the guy I need to talk to!
is there a thread with the destructions for all the above mentioned boms ???
...& what happens if you take the high throttle stop adjuster all the way out ??? ( all the way out, like in the tool box, out)

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Matt, I might be heading for Jeff's shop sometime this month, exactly how far from there are you? And yes you can remove both low and high idle screws, but you will have to turn in the power screw to compensate for the low idle.:smoke: :smoke:
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