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removing alcon pump

Post by ryno on Sun Sep 22 2013, 08:14

morning all.
im having problems removing an alcon pump from my villiers mk 10, all 4 bolts came away from the engine ok, just can't get the pump away from the engine..
thanks in advance, ryan.

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Re: removing alcon pump

Post by kevjhnsn on Mon Sep 23 2013, 03:39

the alloy pump casing is a 2 piece so the usually comes away so you can get to rotor that is fixed to the end of the engines crankshaft
alloy and steel+ water over the years makes the need for a very good soaking in diesel or gt40/wd40 ,just the soften up the corrosion between the joints
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Re: removing alcon pump

Post by ryno on Mon Sep 23 2013, 17:46

yeah got the front cover off, just decided that i'll leave it and give the inside of the pump a good clean in situ,
also i need pointing in the direction of a pull rope for it and the air filter bit for the b10 carb.
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Re: removing alcon pump

Post by kevjhnsn on Tue Sep 24 2013, 00:35

ryno wrote:yeah got the front cover off, just decided that i'll leave it and give the inside of the pump a good clean in situ,
also i need pointing in the direction of a pull rope for it and the air filter bit for the b10 carb.
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and make sure the rubber none return flap is still complete on the front cover inlet hole,otherwise it will be a bugger to get pumping , as you have to fill it to the top manualy with a good flap with 2-3 gallons to get it to start pumping on a good one , but once bleed will pump all day till the waters all gone

filters for b10 b10-1 b10-2 carbs are a bugger to get on there own and cheap
try a company called meetins ,there usually in the stationary engine magazine with a red coloured advert towards the rear of the magazine

do you mean a pull rope or a recoil starter rope ???
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Re: removing alcon pump

Post by ryno on Tue Sep 24 2013, 04:41

thought the filter would be hard to find,,,
yeah a pull rope, got nothing to start her with.
the non return flap is the and complete, just very grubby but will be fine

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Re: removing alcon pump

Post by ryno on Thu Sep 26 2013, 18:39

got rope now, and all back together, just need to know the easy way to time her up. thanks

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