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  1. Can't say how much I appreciate the knowledge located on this board... thank you all for sharing. I have a TD-9 that has been sitting for a very long time (something like 10+ years). It was given to me by my neighbor that wanted to scrap it, but I couldn't let that happen and besides, I can use it on my 5 acres in southern Oregon. Anyway, I did get it started on gas and had fun driving it around a bit... (yes, cheap thrills for a new guy...). It would not switch over no matter what I DID. There was fuel coming out of the bleeders from the injectors but what I noticed was that although it
  2. peter

    Wd9

    Hi which is the best group to put on when I've got a problem with the injector pump it is weeping diesel at the injector when the engines running on gas
  3. Bosch leaky Injector Pump I am sure it will need to be removed and rebuilt... but what might cause these to leak right where my little yellow arrow is? I have two tractors (786, and Hydro 84) both started leaking this week.... -Steve
  4. Had the Roosa Master injector pump rebuilt on my 806. (I know absolutely NOTHING about injector pumps, except that they send fuel to the injectors!!) The guy that rebuilt it is a jam up injector pump master. He’s been doing this his entire life and is in his late 80’s, so he knows these systems like the back of his hand. The pump works great. He told me when I picked it up from him that there may be more smoke from the exhaust then when I brought it in. This is DEFINITELY the case. As I said, the pump is working fine, plenty of power, very responsive, no lea
  5. Hello, Recently purchased a 1949 TD9 i plan to go broke rebuilding with my boy. Tons of great information about the IH pumps on here. I need to know if the injector pump upper cam shaft is in time with the lower governor shaft? I suspect it was. Rust was holding the governor when we started it up and drove it on the trailer, I didn't think to mark it when torching it apart on the press Thanks for any help, Scott
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