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    Posted: 12 Jun 2019 at 10:16am
Need to replace the pump & seeing several options. Can anyone recommend a source that has a quality part? It's a diesel. I think it's the original pump.
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Hi Dwyane!

Just before I left home on assignment (to West Texas, btw), my D17 Series 1 gasser decided to retire it's water pump seal.... (sigh)... I'd just finished fixing the back wheel on the bush-hog, and was cutting down the waist-high grass growing it the two-wet-to-mow ditch, when I felt a warm, sweet shower of ethylene glycol in my armpits.  Seems things breakin' faster'n I can fix them... Unhappy

Several years ago, I had a half-dozen water pumps from several different machines, and rebuilt 'em all in my shop.  One of those was from my WD (with 45 motor), and I THINK...  (and I'm not all that great at thinkin') that the D17 pump might be not-same-as, but interchangeable between WD/45/17, your D262 (being of Buda lineage) might be same, or perhaps interchangable, but could be close-but-not interchangeable.  Perhaps one of the others will chime in...

Regardless, these water pumps are simple... there's a unit bearing/shaft/seal assembly that has impeller pressed on one end, and the bearing assembly is usually lightly pressed, and sometimes retained with a snap-ring... then the fan hub presses on the other end.  What I did, was dismantle all the pumps I had... bead-blasted all the housings clean, inspected 'em, then cleaned up all the bearing/seal assemblies well enough to either get part numbers or really good measurements, then ordered replacements from my local bearing shop.

Looks like I'm gonna be doing that again when I get back home, because the ditch is still way-too-wet for the ZTR to navigate.  I'll write in the step-by-step, but last time (3 years or so ago) I tried, I was all out of picture-posting space, so I haven't posted new pictures on here since then.  If the 226 gas engine pump will interchange with your diesel six, then my pump's shaft/bearing/seal kit parts might  work for your pump.
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WD and D17 gas water pumps are different than the later D17 diesels. 74516959 is the pump that fits the later D17 diesels and D19 gas or diesel. Not sure of a good source at this time. I will need one for a D17 series I diesel at some time when I get around to working on it.
The repair kit is 74517279 if they are still available.
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Sorry wrong PN. 74516962 is the one needed.
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Here you guys go. I get them from Tony, call him don't just look at his web site for your pump. 
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Late D-17 diesel has a different water pump than D-19's.  Lower fan height. Been there. 
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I got confused
All D19 diesels used the 74516962 as did some years D17's. Long neck or short neck radiator is the difference.
Series IV D17 diesels used the 74516959
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I know first hand that the D-17 IV diesel water pump is shorter than a 262 combine and I'm sure the D-19 but its been more than 10 years so not positive about the D-19
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The D17 series 4 diesel water pump should have casting number 134680 which was used serial #119938 and up and also for serial #117087-117104. The same pump as the WD45 Diesel was used prior to serial #119937 (except #117087-117104) with casting number 126627. I can supply either a rebuilt pump with exchange or a rebuild kit. Feel free to PM or call 330.569.7037
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