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    Quote Originally Posted by regcheeseman View Post
    leaking spindle normally does not cause running issues but may affect starting.

    You repairing the spindle - I have a guide and the parts if you need them.
    Oo have you? I fancied giving it a go. Can you do it in situ? Also what do I do about the timing again? It was an ass to start.

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    I took the pump off to do ours in the summer. There are some pictures on my "Old Hat" build thread.

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    May do that then. I also got an issue with the vacuum hoses. I forgot where they go. I put them on the engine section if someone could take a gander that would be appreciated

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    Reg does the throttle seals in situ. Having not done one I took ours off to be sure nothing fell inside the pump. 35 odd years in the trade and still learning.

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    Do it in situ - no need to replace the cambelt or re-set the timing.

    The only tricky bit is hooking up the spring inside the pump and getting the lever back on the spline in the right place. Takes me about an hour to do it (including governor modding whilst I'm in the pump ), but I've had a bit of practice at doing them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by regcheeseman View Post
    Do it in situ - no need to replace the cambelt or re-set the timing.

    The only tricky bit is hooking up the spring inside the pump and getting the lever back on the spline in the right place. Takes me about an hour to do it (including governor modding whilst I'm in the pump ), but I've had a bit of practice at doing them.
    How far away are you from me reg lol

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