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Lister Domestic pump rebuild

Post by Andy Jackson on Mon Jul 22 2013, 19:14

Hi, very new here but owned a D Type for years, but not rallied for ages. Have at last got a water pump which I intend to use for its original purpose shifting water around the garden. I may also rally occasionally. My question is...how do I remove the plunger rod? I've undone the castle nut and removed the old cup washers and could replace without further dismantling, but it seems a shame.

Any suggestions and perhaps a point in the right direction for any running instructions would be good.
Thanks,

Andy

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Re: Lister Domestic pump rebuild

Post by Villiers on Mon Jul 22 2013, 19:16

To remove the plunger rod take the back cover off the crankcase, remove the big end cap, take the crank out and pull it out from there, a lot of work, if your bearings are good I'd leave it in.

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Re: Lister Domestic pump rebuild

Post by Andy Jackson on Mon Jul 22 2013, 19:22

Thanks for that. I thought that might be the case. It all feels sound at the moment but I will strip it down so I know whats going on in there.
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