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Default 3208 Gear puller.

This is the tool needed to change the injection pump on a 3208.
With this tool it is pretty easy to change, Maybe someone else has another way to pull the pump.

Only about 2 1/2 hours remain on the auction. Dick Gideon needs this tool ,so I can borrow it.

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the cat tools are very good at what they do,and at $40,its a deal.
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Now all ya need is the pin and 5" long 5/16 x 18 tpi bolt.
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you can use a 1/4'' drill bit for a pin,thats easy!
2 drills really,one for the pump,one for the timing gear.
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Naw, ya gotta screw a bolt into the crank gear to get it right.
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After installing the timing pins, or bolts, or drill bits to lock the injection pump with the 3208 timing gear. It seems that a gear puller may still be needed. I think John still carries a spare injection pump. Does anyone have any further info??? Attached is a procedure posted by a pump sales outfit.

http://www.mwfi.com/Cat_Tech_art/fuelPumpAssembely.htm


http://www.mwfi.com/dieselPage/CAT.htm
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a gear puller is required,thats for sure.
the pins or drill bits are for setting the pump timing,i use the pins to get it to cat specs,then remove the pin in the gear and advance the timing gear slightly.
i don't do them very often and i have to call my buddy to get direction on advancing the timing.
thats the easy part,removing the lines and the intake and all of that stuff on top of the engine is the worst part,IMO.
i advanced the timing on the free bird that i sold woody,it was an NA and it really ran well.
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and ya gotta use ALL the injection line vibration control clamps too, or you will suffer. Particularly the RF head to line support bracket that is usually not there. Don't worry about how I know, just believe it needs to be there.
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