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    looking for MEP-802A TOP BACK SHEETMETAL / MEP-802 - 803 RADIATOR

    AS NOTED.. JUST THOUGHT TO POST HERE. MY 803A RADIATOR HAS A LEAK PLUS ITS' NOT LOOKING LIKE ONE WITH NO ISSUES LOL .. - IF I CAN'T GET IT FIXED FOR REASONABLE $$ .. WILL BE IN NEED OF A radiator..
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    MEP-8xx stainless steel screw information

    THATS WHAT I THOUGHT YOU WOULD SAY.. :recovry4x4: WHAT FLAVOR / TYPE / OF CAGE NUT DID THEY START USING?? SLIP NUT?? OR CAGE NUT THATS "CLICKS" HAS TABS TO INSERT IN SCREW HOLE?? PICTURE WOULD BE SWEET..
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    MEP-8xx stainless steel screw information

    So what is your ending vote / option on: rivnut / cage - slip nut ??
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    MEP-8xx stainless steel screw information

    What is all this talk ( diff threads - varies forums ) of people not liking rivnuts.. I hear you - i was going to use rivnuts thinking about all this 3 months ago.. Fast forward - my unit is already apart with front section zip tied together. Could use the rivnuts in the 4 corners - figure...
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    MEP-8xx stainless steel screw information

    Cage nut question.. Any idea what flavor of cage nut they started using on the mep-803..??? Not sure i like the rivnut route - thou i haven't started yet.
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    Lookin 4 mep-803 skid base blueprint / drawing / whatever document.

    Wanted blueprint or drafting type measurements for the mounting holes etc for engine / stator.. Yea i can take measurements.. Just wanted a drawing
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    Lookin 4 mep-803 skid base blueprint / drawing / whatever document.

    As noted: Mep-803a skid base blueprint/fabrication notes/measurements...... Trying to find document/manual/whatever you wish to call it on the skid base its self. 30554-88-22010 as per parts manual brings up nothing. Any input is welcome.. Thanks in advance
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    Hydroloc etc.. Whats usually the first thing that gets bent / broken

    I confess I wanted to open up a metering pump just because. Now I know what the so called plunger is I hope/think. It's nice to know what one is "attempting" to clean up / unstick etc. Anyway - much cleaner now. Only problem is getting it back together. Anyone with some helpful info...
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    Hydroloc etc.. Whats usually the first thing that gets bent / broken

    Well look what I found. I knew I had a pin spinner somewhere - I would have destroyed the threaded nipple without a pin wrench. Took a hammer and a lot blows to get the dam thing off.
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    Hydroloc etc.. Whats usually the first thing that gets bent / broken

    side note: I know a pin spinner wrench would be sweet right now.. One reason for waiting to make a small CNC plasma table so I can make custom fine tuned tools... A long side giant wind spinners with sealed bearings and gears :clinto:
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    Hydroloc etc.. Whats usually the first thing that gets bent / broken

    Now I know why you may have stated while pumps in gen. I had one pump still out and not many options on holding pump while trying to get top threaded fuel port off. Letting bead blaster soak on threads and bolting back in hold down fork. Also started soaking threads on other on still in gen...
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    Hydroloc etc.. Whats usually the first thing that gets bent / broken

    how about taking one off at a time and do them that way / maybe a lot easier. Exactly whats involve in taking top part off... A few nuts and a retaining ring / cover and thats it
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    Hydroloc etc.. Whats usually the first thing that gets bent / broken

    I had a pump out and was looking into the hole at the rack fork. Manually moving the lever did nothing.. I then took off the front cover of my LPW4 which is on test stand and runs.. Manually moving the sol lever moved the fuel fork back and forth - I then smiled and now know how they should...
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    Hydroloc etc.. Whats usually the first thing that gets bent / broken

    Maybe so.. But also have just been wondering about it in relation to the mep's and the rain flapper cover / etc.. A new 802 to me i cranked it over several times then stopped. One day later cranked it once then realized what may be in upper cylinders.. Took injectors out / valve cover off /...
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    Hydroloc etc.. Whats usually the first thing that gets bent / broken

    General question on hydrolock and attempting to start a mep (for example) ** not knowing u may have hydrolock and attempting to start a mep a few times - then realizing what may be going on... Is there a usual first thing to take a hit?? Then a 2nd item?? Like the weakest link ... Then next...
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    Lister petter metering pump - fuel line nipple *question*

    Thinking bspp british standard pipe parallel - but that doesn't have a noted angle at end.
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    Lister petter metering pump - fuel line nipple *question*

    May be a an type fitting an-2 ... But that is a us army/navy standard.. Its on a lister petter fuel pump lol PLUS IT USES A METAL WASHER. SO IT LOOKS LIKE A AN BUT :cookoo:
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    Lister petter metering pump - fuel line nipple *question*

    that nipple is what the rubber fuel line from round copper/brass hard line with banjo fitting on it.. That nipple is part of the fuel pump / metering pump.
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    Lister petter metering pump - fuel line nipple *question*

    Can anyone give me a positive id as in thread type / standard on the fuel nipple ( metering pump) I AM ATTEMPTING LOL. WENT TO LOCAL PARKER STORE AND HE WAS STUMPED. EMAILED UK BUT NOT EXPECTING A RESPONSE. ITS EASIER TO SEE IN DETAIL IF YOU HAVE PUMP OUT OF A UNIT TO SEE THREADS. THEY ARE...
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    MEP-803a Crankcase full of fuel...

    Note: Sorry if it seem I high jacked thread. I decided to open up my LPW4 and have a look at a working metering pump rack. I took a video and will post in thread for a "FYI" how they look in action. That if if one one objects ? Once you see one working - one of the mysteries the solved.
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