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Possible rebuild?

Discussion in 'Meyer / Diamond Products Discussion' started by artic429, Dec 29, 2008.

  1. artic429

    artic429 Senior Member
    Messages: 166

    I have two 7.6" blades and one blade seems to bleed off when im shoring snow off to one side or the other. (if that makes any sense to you) I was just wondering if i can rebuild the angle cylinders or if that would be just a waste of time or even if thats a problem or not. I dont really remember my other blade having this problem.
     
  2. fernalddude

    fernalddude PlowSite.com Addict
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  3. artic429

    artic429 Senior Member
    Messages: 166

    But thats part of the pump tho , isnt it?
     
  4. fernalddude

    fernalddude PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,105

    Yes its inside the pump. Have you ever rebuilt one?
     
  5. artic429

    artic429 Senior Member
    Messages: 166

    Ive never done a rebuild before, never seen it done before or anything. The only thing Ill have to go off of is schematics off the net and question and answers on this forum. I cant see it being a very big job tho, but i may be wrong about that.
     
  6. sefh

    sefh Senior Member
    Messages: 436

    Download a manual from Meyers. These pumps are pretty easy to rebuild but your going to need a pressure guage to adjust your releif valves. Find B&B on here and PM him. He can help you out or ask one of us. I have rebuild a dozen or so of these pump. As long as it's an E47.
     
  7. Snowaway

    Snowaway Senior Member
    Messages: 248

    My brand new E58-H does the same thing, so does my older one. Is there an adjustment that can be made to the crossover valve. I just assumed It was an overload saftey I have got to jam it pretty hard, like when I am triming an icy burm.
     
  8. artic429

    artic429 Senior Member
    Messages: 166

    Hey thats another good question too.... im pretty sure that i have a E47 but is there any way to find out what it is for sure? I have some numbers stamped in the pump , can i tell what it is from them numbers?