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Posted by Peter Coates at June 18. 2017

thanks for all your help in restoring my 1959 Dommi 99 oil pump, unfortunately I now found this (see photo) is there a filler anyone could recommend for a repair?

Peter.

 

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Re: continuation for oil pump service

Posted by john_holmes at June 18. 2017

That is cast iron, I would get it brazed but if it warps with the heat then sadly new pump time. I would not be relying on any epoxy resins even the metal powder filled ones.

Re: continuation for oil pump service

Posted by Peter Coates at June 19. 2017

Previously john_holmes wrote:

That is cast iron, I would get it brazed but if it warps with the heat then sadly new pump time. I would not be relying on any epoxy resins even the metal powder filled ones.

Thanks John.

 

 

Re: continuation for oil pump service

Posted by anthony_curzon at June 20. 2017

You can buy a new one from Norvil as they have all the oil pumps parts them in their latest catalogue.

Re: continuation for oil pump service

Posted by christopher_winsby at June 20. 2017

Get a replacement part or new pump. Just think or the repair costs to the engine if the pump fails. The cost of a new pump  from Andover Norton is a fraction of the cost of repair if you get an oil supply failure.

Re: continuation for oil pump service

Posted by Charles Bovington at June 20. 2017

The club spares scheme has a refurbished pump at £50.

Worth considering?

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