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post #121 of 220 (permalink) Old 03-05-2019, 09:34 PM
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Yours has the pump mounted on the back side of the gear case driven by the timing gears.
If the threads on the hub look good the fan clutch nut may have gotten mashed a little.
Aftermarket fan clutch is around $50 US, New OEM is around $175 US.
Arguments on both but I'd be willing to try a aftermarket Hayden brand.
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With the engine mounts I used the pump in the standard position was just too tight a fit.
Think I used a right side mount on both sides to get the engine low. The 2000 Dodge had a left and right mount.
I used both the angled ones.

Just meant a little more fabrication and belt routing.
The engine came with a single Vee belt driving the power steering and there was a Hydro boost pump in place of the vacuum pump.

That pulley was too far into the radiator to use.

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The style of fan hub with a Vee belt drive for power steering etc.
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post #124 of 220 (permalink) Old 03-06-2019, 11:26 PM Thread Starter
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Blackduck59 the 12v and cummins engines in Australia are not common so unfortunately i dont have many options it sucks. Ill have to go with what i have and make it work. Trim my fan shroud out toward the passenger side for me as im rhd. Your setup looks like a very solid setup. Is there any harm in running the tension pulley on the ribbed side of the belt or should i change the tension wheel to a ribbed one?

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Destroked450 did you run a one way valve on the bottom of your feed line down in the tank? I wonder if you did thats why mines running back out cause i never put anythung on the bottom. Hose just straight into the diesel and a little 250micron filter that goes into the flared an fitting

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No the lift pump has a check valve to hold the fuel, if it's draining back you have a leak in the line or a fittings between the lift pump and tank allowing air in.
Putting a check valve in back next to the tank will help hold the fuel up but won't stop air from being drawn in while the engines running.
Check all of the fittings and connections.

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No the lift pump has a check valve to hold the fuel, if it's draining back you have a leak in the line or a fittings between the lift pump and tank allowing air in.
Putting a check valve in back next to the tank will help hold the fuel up but won't stop air from being drawn in while the engines running.
Check all of the fittings and connections.
Yeah ok sweet as. Ill pump fuel up again and gwt it running and leave for a day and see wht happens..if not ill fimd the leak cause as you said shouldnt drain back and the lift pump ws factory new when i bought the engine

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With the idler I would use a grooved pulley, running the grooves on flat one may reduce the life of the belt as you are running on the peaks of the groves.

Hear the bit about parts, sold that fan assembly to a guy in Queensland as I had no intention of running it. Then found I needed an extra idler to get the belt set up so had to get another fan hub.

Broke the first rule of converting, don't get rid of anything till the job is done.
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No the lift pump has a check valve to hold the fuel, if it's draining back you have a leak in the line or a fittings between the lift pump and tank allowing air in.
Putting a check valve in back next to the tank will help hold the fuel up but won't stop air from being drawn in while the engines running.
Check all of the fittings and connections.
Yeah ok sweet as. Ill pump fuel up again and gwt it running and leave for a day and see wht happens..if not ill fimd the leak cause as you said shouldnt drain back and the lift pump ws factory new when i bought the engine

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anyone put a turbosmart iwg75 wastegate on the hx35. my stock wastegate on the hx35 is all bashed and dented so wanna change it out?

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That number came up for a Ford PS diesel set for 21 psi boost max.
Ford PS computer will default when boost pressure goes over 27 psi, a stock 12v Cummins will make 21 psi easily and a hx35 will operate dependably at 30-35 psi.
If the mounting bracket is bent up look at a AFE 46-60118, comes preset to 40 psi but I'd adjust it down to 35 psi max.
Your giving up a good amount of power with any actuator that won't allow at lease 30 psi boost.

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That number came up for a Ford PS diesel set for 21 psi boost max.
Ford PS computer will default when boost pressure goes over 27 psi, a stock 12v Cummins will make 21 psi easily and a hx35 will operate dependably at 30-35 psi.
If the mounting bracket is bent up look at a AFE 46-60118, comes preset to 40 psi but I'd adjust it down to 35 psi max.
Your giving up a good amount of power with any actuator that won't allow at lease 30 psi boost.
yeah after some more research the turbosmart was bolt on for the 24v cummins turbo not hx35 i have.

i will order the one you have gave me the part number for. thanks alot.

p.s wrote my daily run around off last Sunday so the pressure is on to finish the truck now

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