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Old February 6th, 2012, 01:38 PM
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PAS pump for MM winch on 200 Tdi

The hydraulic fittings on the PAS pump (the round one that is used on RRC Defender and D1) appear to be inverse flare metric, yes? The return line is just clamped in place, no fitting.
I'm trying to find adapters so I can used braided Russell Powerflex hose, at least for the high side.
There is also a ZF pump advertised in the First Four site that is supposed to be more powerful than the standard issue one. I dunno about that one; seems too 'spensive, unless it is a bolt on swap for the round kind. In that case I'd be caught trying to snipe one from a wreck.

And please, no "that winch is gonna be slow" comments. I realize that.
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Old February 7th, 2012, 11:00 AM
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I was looking at mine last night because it seems to be the only place on my truck that is leaking. The return is clamped on. Also, there is a input line that has a banjo crimped to a high pressure hose and crush washers. No matter how tight i make it the banjo fitting can still move easily.

I guess i need some thicker crush washers or i have the wrong fittings on it.

I can take a pic if you want, hope this helps



EDIT: This is what mine looks like

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Land-Rover...#ht_500wt_1180
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Old February 7th, 2012, 11:18 AM
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After further investigation, I have the early type that uses the banjo fitting, the later pumps have the flare fitting and replace the early but using the same part #

http://www.britishpacific.com/produc...+Pump&year=all
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Guessing you have researched this but years ago when I almost bought one of Mile Marker hydro winches for $150 on craigslist everyone was saying that the rover power steering pumps were woefully inadequate for one of these winches and that the pump will get so hot trying the seals will let go in no time. Never gave it a try/passed on the winch.
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Yah eventually there's a clutch pump in the future but for now this'll do. These really need like 20 GPM minimum, not a measly 8-10. I would be so bold as to say that ANY power steering pump on any vehicle is woefully inadequate, but if it gets you out of trouble who cares. I think with an oil cooler in the return line it should be OK tho.
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Go digging around I the UK for MM distributors. I recall a company that imported then had solved this problem. Name was Alfred Murray. Google and you should get lucky
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