Scout II Power steering pump removal help

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  1. Tremor

    Tremor Farmall Cub

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    Hey everyone, just wondering if anyone knows how to separate the bottom mounting bolt from the power steering pump bracket? Sorry if this seems like a dumb question, I'm pretty new to this and could find anything but a partial diagram in the shop manual. labeled in the photo below.
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  2. theloneduck

    theloneduck Binder Driver

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    It’s been a while since I replaced mine. Is that the bolt with the collar you have to slide out to remove the pump?
     
  3. winchested

    winchested Dreams of Cub Cadets

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    There is a little sleeve on that you remove with a small screwdriver. That isnt a bolt it is a stud into the pump, and the two studs hold the pump into the Reservoir housing.
     
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    A word to the wise, don't pry against that mounting bracket too much. It's cast and it's easier to break than you think. There are steel replacements available if it does break.
     
  5. J.J.

    J.J. Lives in an IH Dealership

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    As mentioned there is a small metal sleeve in there that must be carefully pried out. Make sure it is as clean as possible and even some liberal doses of Kroll or the like will help. I just removed one a couple of days ago, and it had been partially squeezed at some point in its life that it was crushed around the threads of the stud enough that it had to be unscrewed instead of pried.

    Best of luck!

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    Take the whole bracket off, much easier to get too.
     
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    J.J. Lives in an IH Dealership

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    Yes, thats true. Also might want to go ahead and replace the hoses since you've got it apart..

    JJ in TN
     

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