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Old 11-13-2017, 10:51 AM
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Need a pump adapter part number 748-3038 for a 2182 drive line. Contact via pm.
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Jeff in Pa is making them. Sent you a PM

You are also missing the cooling fan.
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Sam is that the coupler that has female splines to go onto the pump shaft? I think Jeff is making the one for the roll pin. I may be wrong.
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Sam is that the coupler that has female splines to go onto the pump shaft? I think Jeff is making the one for the roll pin. I may be wrong.
I'll get a better picture but yes it's female splines.
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Jeff in Pa is making them. Sent you a PM

You are also missing the cooling fan.
This thing is missing a lot. LOL I'm slowly and in no hurry getting things that need to be fixed fixed. Once it's back in running condition I'l tear it down and clean it up and repaint it. Going to have to replace the axle tube also. Where the frame bolts go through they are completely busted out. It's definitely not a week long project. LOL
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Here is a better picture.
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Sam is that the coupler that has female splines to go onto the pump shaft? I think Jeff is making the one for the roll pin. I may be wrong.
That is one of the adapters that Jeff makes. It's the one I used to make before it got to be a PITA. This is what they look like.
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Sam is that the coupler that has female splines to go onto the pump shaft? I think Jeff is making the one for the roll pin. I may be wrong.
I make both styles of CV pump adapters. Splined as Sam Mac posted and also for the straight shaft.

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Wrong again as usual! Lol!
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Got ahold of Jeff in Pa he's gonna be making me one.

Thanks. all for the input.

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