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Old 09-10-2008, 21:18   #1
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Hello wondering if anyone knows where we can find a gear drive housing for our water pump">raw water pump on a Model #1912DM Industrial Ford engine for our Cooper. The plan is to leave Vancouver Island next summer heading down to Costa RIca. Thanks.
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Old 09-10-2008, 21:42   #2
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Are you referring to the drive for the pump that has what looks like two "prongs" on the drive end?

I have one....I will try to post a couple pictures tomorrow
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Thanks Chief

I am the first mate here........writing for my Captain so here goes.

It is the gear housing that drives the raw water pump off the front of the housing and of the rear is the tach drive.
The gear inside the housing drives off the cam shaft gear. My housing is cracked.
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I'll post a picture of it here

Cya tomorrow (later today ha ha)
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This is off of a Ford Diesel...is this what you are looking for?
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Old 10-10-2008, 22:10   #6
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So sorry that this is not the part we need. I want to send you a picture of the broken part but need to figure out how to do that.
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Old 10-10-2008, 23:05   #7
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It is pretty easy to do.

When you get a picture in your computer and you want to post it in your reply,
click on the paperclip (attachment) you will then get a screen that you upload the picture from your computer.

It is a good thing to learn if you are looking for parts or have a particular problem you want us to help you figure out.

And as far as finding odd-ball obsolete stuff....I love the challenge and I am usually successful....keep in touch
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Old 10-10-2008, 23:28   #8
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Thanks Chief

From the reply screen where do I find the paper clip to insert the picture?
I know how to do this in ordinary email but am new to this forum.
I appreciate your help as my husband would really like to replace this part. He has it now that it does not leak but prefers to replace it.
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If you go to "Post Reply", or "Go Advanced" (from "Quick Reply") you will see a "Manage Attachments" icon under the text box. Click on "Manage Attachments", then "Browse", then select photo file, then click "Upload", and finally "Post Reply".
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Old 11-10-2008, 09:47   #10
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That was easy!

I now have uploaded two pictures, one that shows where it is and the other what it looks like out of the motor and also where the broken piece is.

Thanks for all your time.............I pray that this reply includes the pictures.
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Other than 1912 DM For Diesel....do you have any other info on the engine?
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My hubby just corrected me..... it is a 192 DM ford industrial engine 4 cyl diesel
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My hubby just corrected me..... it is a 192 DM ford industrial engine 4 cyl diesel
Ford produced the engine as an industrial power engine. It was converted to marine use by Ford or another company. Do you have anything there?
There are no industrial applications that would use a sea water impeller pump.

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the 172 and 192 DM engines were used in skid steer equipment. Again, this wouldn't have the housing your looking for. Please look for other label or model numbers.
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Where was the vessel built? The reason I ask is there are a few Italian Ford Diesels I have seen out there. Do you have a manual?
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The housing itself is not a ford part it was made by Osco. It is cast right into the housing. I do know that they use these engines in skidders. We do have a manual which is on the boat we will look and let you know further. In the manual where the housing is to sit there is a plate in its' place, it is not part of the Ford manual.
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