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    oil pump gear

    i put on a fuel pump block off kit and i left the gear in there if mine has one (slt 750(95)) should i take it out??? thanks any input will help..
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    David
    P.s. it didnt say anything about the gear in the block off kit instruction!!! OH SBT
    Last edited by ugadawg131; 01-26-2007 at 11:07 PM.


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    I vote no!

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    sorry didnt make the post clear.....edited it.....you mean you think i should leave it in there i dont think its going anywhere....

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    I just would choose not to leave it! I can't say it's a problem but what keeps it from working out? maybe the cut of the gears?? #13 would hold it in place did you remove it? Z

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    was your pump working? I thought the shaft from the gear protruded from the case any how? maybe yours is gone already?

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    I believe this was asked before, and the response was to remove the gear. But it should be replaced with the slug provided in the more expensive oil pump block off kits, not the fuel pump as you wrote. The slug is used to keep the volume of air inside the cases the same as having the pump still installed. I didn't get the slug with my block off kit either, so I ground the gear teeth completely down on a bench grinder.
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    You do not want a unused peice of metal spinning around in your crankcase that could break or become frozen and break. Just remove it!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xlint89 View Post
    I believe this was asked before, and the response was to remove the gear. But it should be replaced with the slug provided in the more expensive oil pump block off kits, not the fuel pump as you wrote. The slug is used to keep the volume of air inside the cases the same as having the pump still installed. I didn't get the slug with my block off kit either, so I ground the gear teeth completely down on a bench grinder.

    Now that is a great Idea!!! I am getting ready to remove mine and make my own block off plate. Now I can also make my own shaft blank. Thanks again!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodneyae View Post
    make my own block off plate. !!
    You have a job now! just buy one!

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    This is where I am planning on getting the material for the block off plate!!! I can make three. Why buy one, when I can get one for free!!!!


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