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LX and LXI (Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your LX or LXI model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THOSE ISSUES INVOLVED WITH ANY LAWSUIT.....list your LX and LXI Parts here too.

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i added second line as i figured the existing line was in the right location to lube gears so i didn't want to rework it and cause myself more problems,,,, i too run trany fluild in hyd. sys,,,, so far so good
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good stuff--changing hyd system oil and filters also so get it done
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Randy I guess one line MIGHT work but doing that could be costly to find out it didn't work. I have no plans to find out, personally case closed. Good luck to all who wish to explore.
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i have a wet spine,Peter H has a wet spline.
Terry A has a wet spline.
No problems at all.
Randy,

I have the 1 inch wet conversion PTO coming. What I can't find is the new 1 inch pump or the 1 inch conversion for the original pump. Any leads would be greatly appreciated. I hope your enjoying Canada.
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I have the 1 inch wet conversion PTO coming. What I can't find is the new 1 inch pump or the 1 inch conversion for the original pump. Any leads would be greatly appreciated. I hope your enjoying Canada.
If you haven't found this thread, read through it, there's a lot of information on the PTO/pump issues and components, get comfortable its a long thread. Post #106 gives info on the 15T (1" dia) pump manufactured by QCC. Berendsen Fluid Power is a good source and last I heard lead time is a long 6 - 8 weeks. One of their sales persons named Brenda in one of their Oklahoma locations was very knowledgeable about these pumps and has dealt with other WOG people. But I can't find her last name or contact info anymore, it might be in the thread somewhere though.

Also, when I was ordering a thermovalve from Dynamatic Limited, something you don't have in a LXi, I was told by their US representative that they manufactured all the old Sauer Danfoss components for the fan drive product line. So, that would include the pump, so you might try them too, but there is no manufacturers part number info from them, you'd have to start from scratch. Berendsen Fluid Power is also their US source.

https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.c...=12023&page=11

http://www.dynamatic.co.uk/

http://www.bfpna.com/
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One of their sales persons named Brenda in one of their Oklahoma locations was very knowledgeable about these pumps and has dealt with other WOG people. But I can't find her last name or contact info anymore, it might be in the thread somewhere though.
I got her contact info and her name isn't Brenda. Call Debbie Kennedy at 918 586 7438 or email: debbie.kennedy@bfpna.com
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Default Worn splines

Just looked at the splines for the hydraulic pump and I believe it was lucky that I did. The coach has 126000 miles and I am sure this has never been greased since the original installation. Randy is getting info for me on what to order. I would like to go with the grease fitting style PTO/Pump There was no noise that I could associate with this, I just wanted to check the operation.
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I got the Chelsea 328591-141X 267 Wet Spline Conversion Kit. I sourced a one inch pump at QCC Model CPC-1049, $1569.94 net, delivery is 3 weeks.

Hi Chris
Model CPC-1049, $1569.94 net, delivery is 3 weeks

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Harwood Heights, Ill. 60706

ph: 708-887-6320

Fax: 708-887-5009

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The pumps are hard to find. I Googled it just now and the first 20 hits are the WOG lol

The pump I intend to do in the spring. I had the dealer pull it off and inspect it. He said his tech found it in good shape with 'decent' grease on it and good looking splines. I think I have the name of the shop in Indiana that serviced this coach before I got it. I've been meaning to talk to them to try to get some history. It was taken care of from what I can see. All the filters are about one year old. They all have dates drawn on them with paint marker. I just had the radiator replaced so all the anti freeze is new. They replaced the oil pan as the plug was stripped and I got new oil out of that. They also pulled the fan motor off to inspect it replacing the hydraulic fluid when the did.

I have the grease and will shimmy under there before we head to the WOG rally and hope the dealers tech was telling me the truth. It blows, I have that in writing from the dealer and will make them eat crow.
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Just looked at the splines for the hydraulic pump and I believe it was lucky that I did. The coach has 126000 miles and I am sure this has never been greased since the original installation. Randy is getting info for me on what to order. I would like to go with the grease fitting style PTO/Pump There was no noise that I could associate with this, I just wanted to check the operation.



The info should be in your email box.
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I am ordering a new pump and PTO with the external grease fitting and will update as this project goes along. Attached is another picture of the splines.
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