Alright, it took three hours to get the exhaust
manifold, header tank, and fuel
lines out of the way to get to the pump (including two trips to the local hardware
store for stuff I didn't have or left at home). I got the infamous 'set screw' off the injection pump with the allen socket. The one next to the timing marks was easy as well. But the mother of all fasteners is the one on the bottom. How the heck do you get it off? no tool will slip over it because of clearance issues, and an open end will just get on it to crack it loose but there isn't enough clearance left to get it back on for another turn. The assembly that the oil
lines come out of is a clearance issue. Also the clearance behind this nut doesn't appear to be adequate to get the nut off after it's loosened. My dad and I scracthed our heads for over an hour and decided Perkins
must have come up with their own tool for this one. I'm thinking about putting a 1/2" open end to the grinder. Anyone ever face this? Also, the manual is very vague about the removal
of the atomisers. Can someone splain' it to me?