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Thread: 944 D330 front engine mount clearance

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    Default 944 D330 front engine mount clearance

    Hello All
    I went to put the front support assembly on the engine prior to fitting the pulley but there appears to be way too much clearance between the spigot on the engine and the bore for the support. I checked the one of the 950 and it is the same. There does not appear to be any wear on the surfaces, it's more like there is a spacer missing but the parts book does not show any detail.

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    Is there a spacer missing, worn out or is this normal?

    Regards

    Phil
    D6-5R, D6-4R, D8 15A x 3, 955K Tracked Loader, 944A Wheel Loader, 305CE Excavator, XQE20 Generator

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    Difference made up by crankshaft pulley????

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    Should be a rubber sleeve all the way around that housing, looks like its wore out and gone. Check rear engine mounts if there loose.

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    Thanks Rome K/G,
    Looks like it's missing the bushing assembly.....
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    Thanks for the replies. Makes sense that it should be a rubber mount. Does anyone know the part number for the bushing?

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    Phil
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    Listed as a 5M2817 Bushing Assembly. Appears to be mounted to a separate 4 bolt mounting plate shown in phantom view on the front support.
    Could also be a 7S1234....check internet for the shape you need.
    Last edited by Old Magnet; 05-21-2019 at 03:10 PM.

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    Thanks OM The casting has 2M7872 on the back of it which according to ebay sellers it is the same as the 5M2817.

    I don't suppose you know of an alternative part number for the steering ram's rod end seal kit? 4K7019.

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    Phil
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    Try searching Herculesus.com. They list a steering cylinder kit for the 950.
    I don't have a parts book for either loader model, just plenty of info on D330's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilC View Post
    Thanks for the replies. Makes sense that it should be a rubber mount. Does anyone know the part number for the bushing?

    Regards

    Phil
    There are mobs that re rubber harmonic balancers . Perhaps one of these would be able to re rubber your mounting .

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    Like Mag said its part of the bushing assembly, its bonded to it, you have to buy complete assembly.

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