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  1. #11
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    Default 2 Spindle Seals

    Hi Team,
    major computer crash and loss of everything--just getting things reloaded and maybe going again.
    Yes OM, there are 2 seals--one for the outer dry cover and one to seal fuel inside the Gov Hsg. behind the flange on the spindle.
    OM, the pic you kindly put up shows the spindle with the two levers --one is keyed to the spindle and one pivots --they fall off the spindle when it is withdrawn from the Gov. Hsg. and so necessitates that the Gov. Hsg. be removed to fit them correctly--they will look like your pic when correctly assembled--it is best to assemble the dry Hsg. components and then fit the outer cover before re-fitting the Gov Hsg. to the main Injection Pump unit.
    Hope this helps.
    Cheers,
    Eddie B.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edb View Post
    Hi Team,
    major computer crash and loss of everything--just getting things reloaded and maybe going again.
    Yes OM, there are 2 seals--one for the outer dry cover and one to seal fuel inside the Gov Hsg. behind the flange on the spindle.
    OM, the pic you kindly put up shows the spindle with the two levers --one is keyed to the spindle and one pivots --they fall off the spindle when it is withdrawn from the Gov. Hsg. and so necessitates that the Gov. Hsg. be removed to fit them correctly--they will look like your pic when correctly assembled--it is best to assemble the dry Hsg. components and then fit the outer cover before re-fitting the Gov Hsg. to the main Injection Pump unit.
    Hope this helps.
    Cheers,
    Eddie B.
    thanks Eddie
    Richard

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