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Old 06-24-2015, 06:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Stanadyne parts schematics

This is a partial compilation of three differing styles of Stanadyne injection pumps...... one is the earlier model, with the input shaft and governor rod assembly different (the DB2829), the "newer style" comprises of military and civilian DB2831 calibrations, also included are the .330" plunger pump, and the "DB4" (Stanadyne listed it as a DB2). Also, included is a link to our FAQ's Stanadyne pump list and applications guide......thanks to jdemaris......

https://www.dieselplace.com/forum/63-...st1731881.html

Hope this will be of an aid in alleviating any confusion as to the differences in the injection pumps. This is information, after extensive searching, we have never been able to find it anywhere else on the web. If attention is paid, several of the military versions of the IP's are of the "Arctic version", and the parts differences can be seen.....thanks guys....J&J.

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File Type: pdf DB2829-4521.pdf (1.50 MB, 75 views)
File Type: pdf DB2831 4911.pdf (1.34 MB, 48 views)
File Type: pdf DB2831 5079.pdf (1.53 MB, 31 views)
File Type: pdf DB2831 5088.pdf (1.46 MB, 29 views)
File Type: pdf DB2831 5119.pdf (1.47 MB, 21 views)
File Type: pdf DB2831 5485.pdf (1.55 MB, 23 views)
File Type: pdf DB2833 4974.pdf (1.34 MB, 30 views)
File Type: pdf DB4831 5722.pdf (1.33 MB, 33 views)
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WoW, what a wealth of info compiled into one great location.

Awesome post brother.

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Added to 6.2L FAQs under Injection Pump.
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Thanks Fred, will see if we can get some calibration measurements to compliment it....and guys thank you all for the appreciative comments and likes. This is info we should have had 10 years ago, for us it has been an essential aid in dispelling many myths about these pumps......J&J.
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Nice files J&J.Thanks a million
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Nice. A little to technical for me but I'm sure it will help many folks
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