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 11-17-2008, 20:26 Post: 157953
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My fuel pump is leaking from the seam between two halves. I had trouble blowing out the fuel line to the injection pump. I put in a high pressure hose and now I blew the lift pump. Does anyone know how to cross reference to a Mitsubishi or Mahindra part number. Cadet dealer wants $150.00 for pump. I'm thinking of putting in a generic 12v pump from an auto parts store. It don't think it needs much flow or pressure. JCwhitney has a pump for $30.00. Any thoughts or ideas on this? Thanks folks.






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 11-18-2008, 08:47 Post: 157957
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That will work naturally but I always perfer to keep things as original as possible. It might by you some time to get the pump at a price you feel is right. By the books the price is what they have it listed at! It is electric and I'd just try and make it look as original as possible.






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 11-18-2008, 09:17 Post: 157958
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I doubt you'll ever cross reference that pump, I tried to buy filters for my CC from some one other than the dealer and could never find a substitute number. Seems CC parts are a highly guarded secret






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 11-18-2008, 15:26 Post: 157979
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It is the old fashion way, take the pump to the dealer and ask them to match it. Depending on the parts person they will be able to, maybe. If a green horn, nope.

Then you may try an auto parts store.






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 11-18-2008, 21:32 Post: 157991
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Thanks for the input guys. I brought the pump with to the dealer when I went. No dice. Even if he could cross the number, I doubt that he would. He'd be out $. He ain't no green horn either. He was P.O. when I told him not to order the part for that money. That dealer is only out to sell "new" compacts and ATVs. Bigger mark-up. Whenever I stop in for parts or a question, it's like I walked in on a family dinner and he wants me out asap. When I asked about a used tractor, they wouldn't even look for me. Too bad, he could have found the one I bought before I did, marked it up and I still woulda bought it. The other dealer in my area is even worse. He won't even look up the part for me. He just gives me the "I'll call you with the info" but never does. Then when I stop back in, he doesn't have it anyway. Always has time to show me the new units though. Now you guys know why I don't want OEM parts. Too much hassel. Does anyone know the series number for the CaseIH or New Holland or Mitsubishi tractors that are sisters with the 7235? Maybe I'll get better service from the Mits dealer ect. I think I'm gonna put a clamp-on K&N air filter too. About 1/3 the price of Cub Cadet. I'm still looking for a compact tractor salvage yard too. Any leads? Thanks again. I should lurk here more often. Denny






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 11-19-2008, 07:42 Post: 157999
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DZLDENNY, wow!
So do you have bad breath or bad attitude or I suspcet need to find another dealership. Smile There are some very good ones out there. Not shocked a dealership does not look for used tractors as an individual would. There is probably about 10 dealerships within 50 miles or me or more and there is only one that normally has used tractors on it. They seem to really go looking for them. The others seem to let them come to them.

Ok, let me change my suggestion to where I really meant to make it, take it to a "parts store". I have had some good success with that. Guess since the dealership I buy most parts and such from also being a parts store did not make it clear. Sorry.






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 11-19-2008, 08:23 Post: 158001
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There were different groups of the Cub/Mitsubishi series. Models 7205,7235,7265,7275 and 7305 and possibly more. (7000 was the series) while (23) in your case is 23 HP and the (0005) meant hydro while (0000) were gear. I'm sure Art White would sell you the component you need. In addition to model you should also give him the serial number to be sure.

In my opinion, it is worth spending the $150.00 and getting the proper part. My time is too valuable to be spending looking for shortcuts. But if you can easily get the same part for less, go for it!

I have the 7275 which is a 1994 or 1995 model. Mine has about 820 hrs. on it which is low hours for its age, but has been an excellent machine with only minor problems.






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 11-19-2008, 21:06 Post: 158027
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Ok folks, I hit every auto and truck supply in town on my way home from work as well as two "other brand" compact tractor dealers in the area. Not one of them was able to cross reference the number either on the pump or the Cub Cadet number. Good thing gas prices are down...$1.75 here in case you wondered. I bought a Mr Gasket #12D made for diesel fuel. It's rated at 35 gpm and 4-7 psi. Should be plenty. Got it at Advanced Auto for $54.00. comes with a 90 day warranty, thread in 100 micron filter, fittings, and hardware. This pump is the same size and very close to the same mounting. Earlier in the year I kept busting the fuel line to the injection pump so I ran a steel line with 3 inches of high pressure fuel injection hose at each end to hook it up. I hope to get the Mr Gasket pump in this weekend. I'll let ya'll know how it works out. Denny






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 11-23-2008, 21:28 Post: 158104
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I installed the Mr. Gasket pump on Sat morn. I used the tractor all weekend with no issues. The pump does make a little more noise than the original, but once the tractor is running you can't hear it anyway. I will use it plenty in the next 90 days for snow removal, so I'll find out if there are any problems before the warranty expires. I'll post any more info on the subject here. Thanks for the input. Denny






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 11-24-2008, 07:25 Post: 158105
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Congratulations. No memory why now but a few years ago looked for an electric fuel pump and could not find one near that price. Good to know.






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