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winger667304
Contributor

Case 4690 Hydraulic Pump

In the process of replacing/rebuilding the 3 stage hydraulic pump on my 4690. Originally dealer quoted me a price of nearly $8000.00 for a new complete pump. I declined that proposal and immediately began searching the net for a hydraulic shop that might rebuild the old one. Got some good feedback so the dealer agreed to send the pump to a repair shop for diagnosis. Results came back that the gear pump was K'od but the two other pumps could be rebuilt. A new gear pump through the Case dealer is costing me $3800.00. I expect the bill for the pump replacement will exceed $5000.00. I have since learned that there may be jobber shops in the states that have reman versions of these pumps for less than $1500.00. Does anyone have any info on where these shops may be. It may be too late for me but I would like to show my dealer that there was probably a less exopensive way to go. Thanks in advance for any input. 

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Pupdaddy
Advisor

Re: Case 4690 Hydraulic Pump

I feel your pain guy. We replaced a pump on an old 4166 once that was all standard except for a pressure relief plate on the back of the pump. So we bought the standard pump..pulled the plate off the old one...had just a bit of minor machining done..and saved ourselves about 800 bucks over the cost of a new pump from Case/IH. Another time I needed a shaft for the hydraulic pump on a 900 planter..and the dealership wanted $172 dollars for it. It's an Eaton B model power steering pump..so I called a place called Power Steering specialists in Westerville, OH...and told them I needed a "proprietary" shaft that Case/IH uses on their pump. The salesman got on the phone..found the shaft..and I had it in my hand, including shipping for $56. Dealerships usually don't care if you want to save money..and finding one that does is hard. I know a few..and they love it when you find something that they can use to benefit other people. Those are the kinds of dealerships you want to continue to do business with.

 

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ncil
Veteran Contributor

Re: Case 4690 Hydraulic Pump

Wow - have you tried a salvage yard?

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onebigbyrd
Veteran Contributor

Re: Case 4690 Hydraulic Pump

it ias funny to me how hydraulic shops work, they can reseal a cylinder most time cheaper that we can buy the seal kit for

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winger667304
Contributor

Re: Case 4690 Hydraulic Pump

Not keen on salvage parts when it comes to pumps as you can't really tell what your getting till you get it home  try it out. At least with reman it has new seals etc. and has hopefully been pressure tested.

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siloguy
Frequent Contributor

Re: Case 4690 Hydraulic Pump

I got a rebuilt 3 stage for a 2670 from these guys a few years ago for around $1200 delivered. It still is working good.

http://www.owossotractorparts.com/

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James22
Senior Contributor

Re: Case 4690 Hydraulic Pump

Needed more hyd output on the old 4166 so with a lot of difficulty found the optional 30 gallon pump as NOS item thru a dealer to replace the standard 20 gallon pump.  I thought $1500 was plenty high, but it is better than spending a lot of time and money getting something not made for the machine to fit.

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