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Thread: Fuel Housings D4's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Magnet View Post
    Received my 3R2315 to 3R3000, 1S1 to 1S5000 and 6S1 to 6S105 parts manual. They all use a 19Pxxxx pump. I did see in the section showing the 3% governor that one cap screw 1D4538 is 2-1/4" going into the IP housing. That might be going into that blind thread hole at the end of the fuel gallery.

    Josh....if you read this does the NPR show application for a 7B5191 cover or housing, whatever it is.
    I am going to put this back together unless someone has some final idea about the threaded hole. Reviewing my SRB I see the photos below that illustrate the 2-1/4" bolt inserted OM may be referring to above. Nothing on my governor indicates it needs to be attached to the housing.

    fuelhouse d4400 SRB2.jpgfuelhouse d4400 SRB.jpg

    Thanks to all for the assistance-
    Bernie

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    Quote Originally Posted by bernie View Post
    I am going to put this back together unless someone has some final idea about the threaded hole. Reviewing my SRB I see the photos below that illustrate the 2-1/4" bolt inserted OM may be referring to above. Nothing on my governor indicates it needs to be attached to the housing.

    fuelhouse d4400 SRB2.jpgfuelhouse d4400 SRB.jpg

    Thanks to all for the assistance-
    Bernie
    Ok-installed and all the studs are nutted and tightened down. Those two low ones on the block side are difficult-two nuts in the socket with grease to make them hang on and a swivel. Got them from the top, not from the side along the block. May have been easier with a smaller drive-I used a 3/8" and one long and two short extensions. You can see the bolt in the infamous plug hole-I just threaded it in with a lock washer on it.
    fuel house installed.jpg

    The O-ring 8B4967 off machine and new side by side. CCJersey discussed this on about every relevant thread and mentions the deformation of it.
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    Last edited by bernie; 04-04-2020 at 06:49 AM.

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