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Ve Injection pump part numbers?

Looking for the part number for a return line banjo fitting on a ve injection pump. I drilled out the holes after being told it would lower my fuel pressure after installing high pressure piston pump on first gen 12 vavle. ?????

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search really can be your friend, here is a search line which brings up tons of schematics and diagrams with part number lists included

I simply put BOSCH VE PART NUMBERS 5.9 CUMMINS

into google and it returnes

https://www.google.com/search?client...4dUDCAY&uact=5
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well I went through it all no part number, plus I need the picture to go along with the list!
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you have to click on the picture and it will show up on the right and then you click on that [picture and it will take you to the location of the pic ya clicked on in which case ya can then see the entire set of pics AND parts lists for the injection pump...

here is where that will take you ... just for onea the pics.. which is the Bosch ve manual pages dealing with the parts blow ups for the VE pump used on 89-93 Dodges, if ya right click on each image (the parts lists are also images) then select "save image" you can save them to your HD and will be able to view them in larger versions..

https://www.dieseltruckresource.com/...n-pump-231863/
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Looking for the part number for a return line banjo fitting on a ve injection pump. I drilled out the holes after being told it would lower my fuel pressure after installing high pressure piston pump on first gen 12 vavle. ?????
Where did you get the lift pump from, do you have apart number? So you installed a low pressure, high volume piston lift pump? If you did not then you will most likely blow out your front seal on your injection pump and fill your motor with diesel, the VE injection pump can only handle a max of about 15 PSI fuel pressure.

So did you break the banjo bolt?

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I typed in "cummins 5.9 12 Valve banjo bolt" into google and went to the images....lots of parts available, pick and choose what you want and need...good luck.

https://www.google.com/search?client...4dUDCAY&uact=5

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If you're in a bind, make one.

Go to local hardware store, purchase correct bolt size/length/thread pitch, throw it in a vice and start drilling.

I made an AFC banjo bolt like that years ago.
Being a '91.5, it required a bilit bolt... Boy, was that tough to drill.

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If you're in a bind, make one.

Go to local hardware store, purchase correct bolt size/length/thread pitch, throw it in a vice and start drilling.

I made an AFC banjo bolt like that years ago.
Being a '91.5, it required a bilit bolt... Boy, was that tough to drill.
ahh but see he's "TOOLPRO" so should have some of them super duty drill bits I've done same for harley banjo bolts in the past, found it easier to use an end mill lacking that a diamond burr and keeping a trickle of water going over it works pretty good
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it is a high pressure pump with a justin fonder spring in it. I drilled out the return line banjno at the injection pump because I read it will lower fuel pressure. That is when I had sixty pounds. 393616 or something like that. By the way, truck ran great at sixty pounds did not hurt anything! go figure.
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I doubt you have a justin fondler 60psi spring for a first gen.

Even if you installed the original second gen spring by mistake, you wouldn't see 60psi well before the seal blew.

I suggest a better fuel pressure gauge.
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In a bind, braze up the hole you drilled and drill a new orifice.
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How long did you run it with the claimed 60lbs of fuel pressure? If the front seal didn't start leaking right away it will in very short order.

1984/93 Dodge Crewcab, W350, 1 Ton SRW, long box, 370K Km's, hydroboost, 366 spring, fuel pin to deep side, 14cm housing, Piston LP, PS IC, Isspro Boost, Pyro and tach, NV4500, 29 spline NP205, 3.54's.
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