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I've had a lot of trouble getting my Gleaner L running. Finally figured it was the injection pump and had it rebuilt for $875. Once it was installed it ran great for about 20 minutes then suddenly died. I thought bad fuel had clogged the filters. I started into cleaning the tank, but it was so full of tar I just bought a new tank and I replaced the filter. After all that I couldn't get fuel to the injectors. I took the injection pump back off and took it to a shop and they told me the shaft broke! Also that parts in the newly rebuilt pump were rusty. What happened to my pump and what should I do?

Does anyone know where I can find a Roosa Master pump (model number DM4629JT3080) for cheap? It is starting to look like my wheat will not be harvested by a Gleaner this year.
 

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big engine or small engine?

We might be able to help, especially if its a small engine, as we are parting a few out here, and we are out here in Idaho on barley harvest.

We can check with our farm repair shop friend in SE Wyoming, he bought many pumps at the Yuma, CO closeout sale, but he talked about trading them off to his pump guy, IDK if has done that yet, or if he still has them.

Unfortunately we are without internet at the farm, so communication may be slow. let me know if you want our phone number.

If you want something quick, Mike's Equipment, Buhler KS would surely have one in stock and they ship out daily. They are good guys, and we deal with them all the time. http://www.mikesequipment.com/
 

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I am actually not sure which engine I have. I know it is not original and I think it came out of an M. I was able to track down the original engine which seized. The pump looks a little different, but pretty close. The throttle is on the other side and I think it has a manual shut off rather than electric. It has been sitting all mounted up with the fuel lines and injectors all in place out side under a tarp for probably at least 4 years. I couldn't get a very close look at it due to a wasp nest, but if it does look the same is there any reason I shouldn't try it after sitting for years?
 

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I know there is a massive farm equiptment junk yard in Aberdeen SD ,the name escapes me, we have gotten a lot of electrical and a couple hydros from them. the parts we got from them are running very good and I know they have a pile of gleaner parts. They are a very good alt to the dealers
 

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You might try Walter Implement in Odessa, WA. They have several combines they have been parting out over the years.
Walter Implement

Also Farm Equipment Headquarters in Pendleton, OR Contact Us | Farm Equipment Headquarters has a few combines they have parted out but they are mainly the N series and other rotaries with some MH's years ago but not sure if they have scrapped them out or not but Walter had a big collection but it has been years since I have been by there too but clicking their map in the link above to satellite view and you can still see several machines there.
 
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