Gabriel I believe the correct part name is the piston cylinder block that the wear is on. The wear is on the opposite side of the pistons. Like I mentioned I'm not sure if I can or should do anything for this because it works fine. My concern is what caused this. If a worn bearing that would have some slop in it cause this or did some foreign material get trapped in there????
With much needed sleeping in & a late breakfast at Crackle Barrel along with the grandsons ball games today not much GT time. I was able to get the pump drive shaft out so I can install a speedi sleeve on that. I took some measurements of the shaft & my smallest was near the shaft seal as expected & it was .747 & the largest was .749. The speedi sleeve from Napa fits between .748-.752 I'm not sure now this one will work. I'm going to search & see if someone else has a smaller size. I guess I could apply some sealant on the shaft before installing the sleeve to make up the difference between the shaft size of .747 & the sleeve .748 any suggestions would be helpful. I wasn't too happy to find out someone filled the seal housing area with what looks like hardened gasket sealer .
Pump drive shaft
Pump housing with the hardened sealer, what a mess.
No sizes found for a 3/4" shaft other than the one I mentioned. I did find the same SK sleeve on Ebay for half the price. I'll get that one & try it. If anyone has any suggestions on the best sealer to put on the shaft before sliding the sleeve on I would appreciate it. Thanks
Is the part deeply scarred?