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Re: Exploring the great unknown,a moron and the ve

Postby DodgeFreak » Sat Jan 17, 2015 8:40 am

ellis93 wrote:
What do you guys do about holding the head and rotor assembly together when you reassemble the pump? Do I need some grease to hold it? I'm sure that all goes back before the govenor lever and what not does.....?


I use Lube Guards transmission "Assemblee Goo" green stuff. Its really tacky and when it gets fuel or oil on it it turns super slick.
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92 W250 Ext cab rotted completely out. Auto, pump maxed, 215 ppump nozzles, Denny T2 pin.
85 D350 single wheel, converted to cummins, getrag, turned up 2 turns and afc screw flush.
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Re: Exploring the great unknown,a moron and the ve

Postby BC847 » Sat Jan 17, 2015 4:13 pm

ellis93 wrote:I hope you boys appreciate all these pics.....taking and posting them is becoming a real pain in the azz.

I do. 8)
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Re: Exploring the great unknown,a moron and the ve

Postby ellis93 » Sat Jan 17, 2015 5:56 pm

DodgeFreak wrote:
ellis93 wrote:
What do you guys do about holding the head and rotor assembly together when you reassemble the pump? Do I need some grease to hold it? I'm sure that all goes back before the govenor lever and what not does.....?


I use Lube Guards transmission "Assemblee Goo" green stuff. Its really tacky and when it gets fuel or oil on it it turns super slick.

I was once told it was plant paraffin based so with that I passed over it. I have lots of it with building transmissions. Blue or green.
93 D250 ,5 speed,4.11s,k&n autometer tach pyro trans boost guages,GDS 60mm h1c 14cm,honed 5x10,hplp/reg,1/8 timing,M+H M2 fuel pin, tims cooler tubz
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Re: Exploring the great unknown,a moron and the ve

Postby ellis93 » Sat Jan 17, 2015 6:00 pm

BC847 wrote:
ellis93 wrote:I hope you boys appreciate all these pics.....taking and posting them is becoming a real pain in the azz.

I do. 8)

Sweet :)

I just hope it helps someone not be the level of chickschit I was being. I haven't got it on the truck yet....nor finished the pump top :roll: ,but I feel that if you could rebuild a quadrojet carb off a old chevy then you can do this,or a dodge valve body. That's pretty bad :lol:
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Re: Exploring the great unknown,a moron and the ve

Postby DodgeFreak » Mon Jan 19, 2015 6:39 pm

ellis93 wrote:
DodgeFreak wrote:
ellis93 wrote:
What do you guys do about holding the head and rotor assembly together when you reassemble the pump? Do I need some grease to hold it? I'm sure that all goes back before the govenor lever and what not does.....?


I use Lube Guards transmission "Assemblee Goo" green stuff. Its really tacky and when it gets fuel or oil on it it turns super slick.

I was once told it was plant paraffin based so with that I passed over it. I have lots of it with building transmissions. Blue or green.

:scratch: :shaking: :lol:
92 D350 Cab and Chassis. Auto stock, wiring gremlins. 330k miles
92 W250 Ext cab rotted completely out. Auto, pump maxed, 215 ppump nozzles, Denny T2 pin.
85 D350 single wheel, converted to cummins, getrag, turned up 2 turns and afc screw flush.
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Re: Exploring the great unknown,a moron and the ve

Postby ellis93 » Mon Jan 19, 2015 7:56 pm

DodgeFreak wrote:
ellis93 wrote:
DodgeFreak wrote:
I use Lube Guards transmission "Assemblee Goo" green stuff. Its really tacky and when it gets fuel or oil on it it turns super slick.

I was once told it was plant paraffin based so with that I passed over it. I have lots of it with building transmissions. Blue or green.

:scratch: :shaking: :lol:

Idk....wasn't gonna test it out on this,and me not knowing wth I'm doing :lol:
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Re: Exploring the great unknown,a moron and the ve

Postby DMan1198 » Mon Jan 19, 2015 8:24 pm

ellis93 wrote:Sweet Jesus.....are you freakin kidding me. Why would I want to do that. I'm doing all this picture taking for us,the collective and I saved those spots so no one had to dig thru my bs for the goods. You know how we (me) like to bullschit
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Oh yeah. It seems every thread on here ends up derailed. Often in quite a spectacular fashion
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Jaeger: 12 ram 3500. Lifted, exhausted, and fed an excessive quantity of air
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Re: Exploring the great unknown,a moron and the ve

Postby PToombs » Tue Jan 20, 2015 5:46 pm

DMan1198 wrote:Oh yeah. It seems every thread on here ends up derailed. Often in quite a spectacular fashion


:mrgreen:
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Re: Exploring the great unknown,a moron and the ve

Postby DMan1198 » Tue Jan 20, 2015 8:02 pm

We could pretty well call ourselves the derailers. Shoot I've even been derailing a lot of threads elsewhere
Ducati- professional nap taker, and thread derailer extraordinaire
Brownie: 80 dodge heavy half. Ghost cummins under the hood, and some sinister plans
The Roo Hunter: 93 w250, lifted, 2 whistle machines, and a bunch of other go fast goodies, uhh..... not there yet
Jaeger: 12 ram 3500. Lifted, exhausted, and fed an excessive quantity of air
The Huntress: 02 Jetta TDI. No muffler, egr, horsepower
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Re: Exploring the great unknown,a moron and the ve

Postby ellis93 » Mon Jan 26, 2015 9:33 am

Check this out fellers.
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Re: Exploring the great unknown,a moron and the ve

Postby DMan1198 » Mon Jan 26, 2015 12:58 pm

I like how it says triangle twice
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Brownie: 80 dodge heavy half. Ghost cummins under the hood, and some sinister plans
The Roo Hunter: 93 w250, lifted, 2 whistle machines, and a bunch of other go fast goodies, uhh..... not there yet
Jaeger: 12 ram 3500. Lifted, exhausted, and fed an excessive quantity of air
The Huntress: 02 Jetta TDI. No muffler, egr, horsepower
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Re: Exploring the great unknown,a moron and the ve

Postby PToombs » Mon Jan 26, 2015 6:28 pm

Is it a kit?
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Re: Exploring the great unknown,a moron and the ve

Postby DMan1198 » Mon Jan 26, 2015 6:31 pm

^what she said^

Also what exactly does it do on the pump
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The Roo Hunter: 93 w250, lifted, 2 whistle machines, and a bunch of other go fast goodies, uhh..... not there yet
Jaeger: 12 ram 3500. Lifted, exhausted, and fed an excessive quantity of air
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Re: Exploring the great unknown,a moron and the ve

Postby PToombs » Mon Jan 26, 2015 6:37 pm

"She" who? :evil: If you quit messing with that CR crap and work on a real truck you'd know that there are bolts or plugs on the VE that need that socket.

And it doesn't say triangle twice, it says triangular triangle, it's describing what kind of a triangle it is. Sheesh, kids! :roll:
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Re: Exploring the great unknown,a moron and the ve

Postby ellis93 » Mon Jan 26, 2015 6:42 pm

PToombs wrote:Is it a kit?

From what I read in the description,yeah. All you need to pull the pump down except the mm wrenches.
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