When a hydraulic pump breaks down, some parts are replaced with new
ones, and some are re-used. So, the IH has taken the
liberty of introducing (for the first time ever, might I modestly
add...) the following incomplex chart, based on the fact that it is the
amount of the replaced parts that characterizes the rebuild. Note that
the table is to be completed according to "user preferences" and seals,
naturally, are omitted as parts...
Quantity of replaced parts
Brief parts description
Piece of cake
Some rotary group parts
Don't worry, man, it could've been worse
Complete rotary group
Sorry about that, buddy, really sorry...
Rotary group plus the shaft and the swash-plate mechanism
It looks like you are in deep ______
More than 30
All internal parts, plus the endcover
Holy _____, dude!
N/A, since no parts are reusable (example to the left), what you need is a new pump
Seriously, dude, NO PARTS CAN BE REUSED, what you need is a NEW PUMP
Holy ____ing _____
These pictures are a perfect illustration of how a hydraulic pump
belonging to the last category should look like. Note the cracked housing - not much you can do here...