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OK. I got my timing tools from a co-worker that used to work for Cummins.
Cost me $50 for the set from Snap-On, used twice now that he works for CAT with me and doesn't need them any more.
But that's beside the point....
I read somewhere that some people use a washer and bearing for the initial torque of the pump gear nut to keep it from moving with the nut.
My question is, is there a specific tried and true bearing that is used, or should I even worry about it and just do it.

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-R.J.
 

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I couldnt find a bearing that worked so I did it without one on all three trucks, Probably not the best way but it worked...
 

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Nobody else know of a readily available bearing that will work?
Seems like a good idea to me.
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