Oil Pump, Winch Cable & Free Wheel Hubs
July - December 2013


 In July I needed to change my Oil Pump because mine didn't have the drive spur for the Rev-Counter Generator that ran the Rev-Counter. I tried to get just a new shaft but they were no longer available so I ended up putting in a new pump.

 This is my old Pump without the Drive Spur

 This is what the Oil Pump Drive-Shaft looks like with the Drive Spur on the top


 After removing the Sump I needed to remove the old hard gasket so found using a wire brush on the drill worked really well


 
 

 The first of the connections for the Drive
at top of the Oil Pump I put in while changing
the Injector Pump 


               All connected together with the
               Rev-Counter Generator at the top

                                                                                  The Rev-Counter Generator
     The turning Oil Pump shaft drives this small electrical generator that controls the
Rev-Counter 


 
 

 The new Oil Pump mounted in the motor


 New Sump gasket

 The Sump cleaned and painted



New Winch Cable

 Having a Thimble put on one end of the new cable

      Heat cutting and sealing the other end


 Starting to wind on the new 12mm steel cable after I'd painted the drum with Brantho-Korrux


 I used my drill to wind on the 70 meters of cable



Free Wheel Hubs

Bought AVM Free Wheel Hubs that will disconnect the front drive shaft and axle from the front wheel when Im out of four wheel drive. This will increase the fuel economy and lighten the steering.


 Once I had removed the old axle flange I cleaned the axle hub flange surface then put on the gasket and new flange body.


 Flange is bolted on and Ive just started to screw the axle lock nut into the flange body


Once mounted I painted them black then painted the red inlays


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