China OEM D155ax-6 D155ax-7 D155ax-8 Dozer Gear Pump (705-52-30A00) with Great quality

Product Description

  construction machine pump

gear pump , hydraulic pump , main pump , WATER pump
fit machine :
Dozer: D31 D53 D60 D65 D75 D80 D85 D135 D155 D355 D375 D475
Loader: WA100 WA120 WA180 WA200 WA320 WA380 WA420 WA450 WA480 WA500 WA600 WA900
EXCAVATOR: PC30 PC35 PC55 PC75 PC120 PC160 PC20 PC220 PC240 PC300 PC350 PC360 PC400 PC450 PC650 PC750 PC1250
MOTOR: GD55 GD605 GD705
DUMP:  HD325 HD405 HD460
Engine : 6D95 6D12 6D108 6D110 6D114 6D125 6D140 6D155 6D170

705-21-31571 114-60-57140 113-15-0571 6206-51-1201
705-12-32571 705-12-32571 705-12-32571 6136-51-1002
704-12-38100 07429-71300    
704-12-38100 07429-72302   6150-51-1004
704-11-38100 07429-71203 0571 2-72203  
704-11-38100 07429-71203 0571 2-72203 6150-51-1004
0571 3-67503     6620-51-1571
0571 1-67503 0571 0-72301   6150-51-1004
0571 1-67503 0571 0-72203 0571 2-71203 6150-51-1004
705-11-38571 14X-49-11600 705-51-2571 6151-51-1005
0571 1-67503 0571 0-72203 0571 2-71203 6151-51-1004
0571 3-67100 07428-71202 0571 2-72203 6659-52-1571
0571 3-67103 07428-71202 0571 2-72203 6620-51-1571
0571 4-67504 0571 0-71400 0571 2-71300 6659-52-1571
705-12-44571 0571 0-71400 0571 2-71300 6151-51-1005
0571 4-66100 0571 2-72103   6620-51-1000
0571 4-66103 0571 6-72202 0571 2-71203 6710-51-1001
0571 4-66200 0571 6-72202 0571 2-71203 6710-51-1001
705-51-30190 0571 6-72202 705-21-32051 6151-51-1004
571-66103 0571 0-72202 0571 3-71103 6128-52-1012
571-66200 0571 0-72202 0571 3-71103 6128-52-1012
0571 8-66500 571-71802 0571 8-72902 6128-52-1013
0571 8-66108 571-71102 0571 8-72202 6128-52-1012
0571 8-66200 571-71102 0571 8-72202 6128-52-1013

6735-21-1910    “Plug, Thread”
6735-21-1940    Plug O-Ring
6732-21-1930    O-Ring
6732-29-2110    Liner
6732-21-6280    Seal
6734-21-5111    “Pan, Oil”
6734-21-5570    “Tube , Suction”
6735-21-5720    “Tube, Oil Guage”
6735-21-5690    “Guage, Oil”
6732-21-4160    O-Ring
124-01-55251    Flywheel Assy
6732-31-4180    Gear
6736-31-1100    Crankshaft Assy
6735-21-8100    Main Metal Assy
6732-21-8180    Metal
6736-29-8100    Main Metal Assy
6731-29-8310    Metal
6736-28-8100    Main Metal Assy
6731-28-8310    “Metal, Lower”
6736-27-8100    Main Metal Assy
6736-26-8100    Metal Metal Assy
6736-21-8610    “Thrust Metal Assy, Thrust “
6731-21-8620    “Thrust Metal Assy, Thrust “
6731-26-8410    Metal
6736-39-1220    “Sleeve, Front”
6736-39-1120    “Sleeve, Rear”
6737-32-3100    Connecting Rod A
6732-31-31320    Bushing  
6732-31-3410    Piston
6735-31-2140    Kit Engine Piston
6735-31-3571    Piston Ring Assy
6731-31-2150    Kit Engine Piston
6732-41-5440    Insert
6732-41-3111    Rod Push
6735-41-1111    Camshaft
6732-41-1280    Key
6732-41-1220    Support
6732-41-2110    Tappet
6731-51-1111    Oil Pump Assy
6732-61-6140    Bolt
6731-61-2151    Valve  
6735-61-2190    Spring
6736-61-5170    Head Assy
6735-61-2260    Head  
6736-61-5180    Adapter
6735-61-2110    Core
6732-51-4431    Gasket
6735-61-2160    Plunger
6735-51-5141    Cartridge
6735-71-1120    Injection Pump A
6735-71-5310    “Tube , Injection Nos,1”
6735-71-5320    Tube Injection Nos. 2
6735-71-5330    Tube Injection Nos. 3
6735-71-5340    Tube Injection Nos 4
6735-71-5350    Tube Injection Nos. 5
6735-71-5360    Tube Injection Nos. 6
6735-71-5550    Connector
6734-71-5310    “Tube, Spill”
6735-71-5260    Hose
6731-81-9190    Spacer
6736-71-5781    Lift Pump
124-01-55160    “Head, Filter”
6732-71-6650    Adapter
124-01-55180    Hose
124-01-55290    Tube
6732-71-6111    “Cartridge, Fuel Filter”
6742-01-5157    “Washer, Sealing “
6735-71-3821    Cartidge Fuel Filter
6735-11-3130    “Kit, Injector”
6732-71-6230    “Seal, Banjo Connector”
6732-11-3850    “Seal, Rectangular Ring”
6736-11-3430    Seal Injector
6731-81-9210    SoleNosid
6736-61-1202    Water Pump Assy
6735-61-1102    “Pump, Water”
6732-61-3320    “Support, Fan “
6732-61-3450    Ring
6732-61-3420    Bearing
6732-61-3410    Hub
6732-61-3430    Retainer
6732-61-3130    Pulley
6732-91-1550    “Pulley, Accessory”
6731-61-4141    Tensioner
6732-81-3330    Belt
6735-81-6110    Alternator A (40A)
124-01-55380    Fan
124-01-55430    Pulley
6735-81-6600    Support
6735-81-6190    Brace
124-01-55440    Retainer
6735-81-6180    Gasket
600-615-2170    Switcheater
124-01-51941    Wire
08038-571    Cap
124-01-61100    Air Cleaner Assy
124-01-61110    Body
600-181-6740    Element Assy
600-181-6820    Element Assy (outer)
08670-57101    Indicator (Dust)
124-01-51191    Nipple
6131-11-4520    Band Assy
6643-11-4630    “Pin, With Thread”
124-01-51151    Bracket
195-979-5190    Collar
600-181-2630    PRE-Cleaner Assy
6672-82-7550    Cover Assy
6672-82-7510    Sleeve Assy
6110-83-7590    Trap
600-181-3850    Cap
124-01-61660    Collar
124-01-51330    Muffler
124-01-5122    Pipe
124-01-51360    Exhaust Pipe
7861-93-3320    “Sensor, Water Temerature”
124-01-51640    Pipe
6130-12-8610    Cap
0571 9-00070    Clamp
6301-11-4630    Plate
6110-23-6490    Spacer
124-01-51412    Bracket
08073-10505    “Switch Oil, Pressure”
124-06-64321    Switch
124-01-61920    Wire Assy
08034-571    Band  
600-863-5111    Starting Motor Assy
124-01-51744    “Cover , Alternator”
124-01-51450    Cushion
07095-25713    Cushion
124-06-64482    Wiring Haness
22U-06-11270    “Fussible Link, 65A”
124-12-51141    Damper Disc Assy
124-12-51132    Shaft
04065-5710    Ring
06000-06207    Bearing
12F-14-11290    Yoke
124-03-63340    Radiator Core Assy
114-03-48160    Cap
5710-50004    Valve
124-03-61132    Guard
124-03-51212    Hose (Upper)
124-03-51221    Hoser (Lower)
113-03-21160    Seat
135-03-12110    Damper  
114-03-51510    Tank


How to Fix a Faulty Drive Belt Tensioner

If you’re experiencing grinding, squeaking, or other unusual sounds from your car, your drive belt tensioner may be the culprit. In this article, we’ll discuss why a failed drive belt tensioner may need to be replaced and how to fix it. Once you have determined that your belt tensioner is faulty, you can use a Wrench to remove it and replace it with a new one. After you replace the belt tensioner, it will no longer be making noises.

Problems with timing belt tensioner

Whenever your engine is making strange noises, it is likely that the timing belt tensioner is causing the problem. A bad timing belt tensioner is a big cause of such sounds, as the timing of the engine is critical. When the belt is moving properly, the camshaft and crankshaft are perfectly synchronized, and the valves work in perfect sync during the intake and exhaust strokes of each cylinder.
Other signs of a worn tensioner include rust bleeding and dripping. Usually, rust will appear at the mounting bolts and “stops” on the tensioner. Other symptoms of a worn timing belt tensioner are noise, resistance, and roughness. If any of these symptoms are present, it’s important to get the car fixed as soon as possible. Troubleshooting problems with timing belt tensioner is an easy process if you know the symptoms.
If your car starts making squeaking or grinding noises when you drive, it’s probably the timing belt tensioner. The timing belt can also cause problems with your engine’s valves. When the timing belt is too loose, the valves cannot fully combust the fuel-air mixture. If this problem is left undiagnosed, it could result in severe engine damage. To solve the problem, you must replace the timing belt tensioner.
The repair of the timing belt tensioner is not a difficult job if you’re experienced and comfortable with DIY car repairs. If you have a good knowledge of car repair, you can try to replace it yourself – but don’t forget that it is a complex repair job that requires a lot of skill. So, it’s best to hire a professional mechanic. And if you don’t have the necessary tools and training, you can always try the DIY method.
Other symptoms of a bad timing belt tensioner include an abnormal chirping noise, misfiring, and check engine light malfunction. If you notice any of these symptoms, you should replace the timing belt tensioner as soon as possible. Often, the belt is wearing out and can’t spin freely. You may have to replace the timing belt tensioner to avoid major damage to your engine. The best way to tell if the timing belt tensioner is failing is to check it regularly.

Cost of a new drive belt tensioner

A new drive belt can be expensive. Replacing 1 is usually a straightforward task that requires little knowledge, but some cars are more difficult than others. Replacing a drive belt by yourself may result in the replacement of parts you do not know. You may also encounter problems that cannot be resolved unless you have a mechanic check all the affected parts. You can save money by taking the car to a mechanic before trying to fix the problem yourself.
A drive belt tensioner should last at least 125,000 miles, but can break sooner. Most car mechanics will replace the tensioner after you notice the belt is slipping. It takes about 15 minutes to an hour to replace 1 of these parts, and you can do it yourself with the proper tools. You can also ask about the replacement of pulleys or sprockets. The price of a new drive belt tensioner depends on the make and model of your car.
The average cost to replace a drive belt tensioner is between $235 and $267. This cost includes labor and parts, but doesn’t include taxes or fees. Some vehicles may need related repairs as well, such as serpentine belts or tensioner housing. For a detailed estimate, use the RepairPal Fair Price Estimator. You can compare labor costs and shop for the best price. There are many options available online, and you can choose the most convenient 1 for your needs.
In addition to replacing the drive belt, you should also check the idler pulleys, which do not drive anything. If they have excessive movement, replace them. A failed drive belt tensioner can cause the belt to slip and affect other components of the car. You may also notice warning lights that indicate a problem with the alternator, water pump, or power steering. You should also check your vehicle’s air conditioning.
Replacing the tensioner pulley can be done yourself for about $50. Depending on the type of pulley and belt, you may need to replace other parts of the engine as well. You can save money by replacing a tensioner pulley yourself if you have the time and skills. It’s easy to replace a new drive belt tensioner if you’re a mechanically inclined individual.

Repair options for a failed drive belt tensioner

A failed drive belt tensioner may have several symptoms. For instance, it can make a grinding or squealing sound, and it may emit a burning smell. The battery light on your car may also stay on. These are all signs that your drive belt has failed. However, these symptoms are not always indicative of the failure of the drive belt tensioner. Listed below are some common problems that can be caused by a failed drive belt tensioner.
To check for a failed drive belt tensioner, turn off the engine and examine the arm. If it doesn’t move, it’s time to replace the drive belt. A manual drive belt tensioner is easy to replace. A hydraulic or bad spring drive belt tensioner, however, will not be able to be fixed. If you can’t find a repair shop in your area, visit 1 of NAPA AutoCare locations, or a NAPA online store. They will be able to diagnose the failure and provide solutions for your car.
A spring tensioner is a type of drive belt tensioner that uses a spring-loaded pulley to apply the proper tension to the drive belt. However, spring tensioners can fail and seize if not properly maintained. A hydraulic tensioner uses hydraulic oil under pressure and can malfunction. In some cases, the tensioner can leak oil or lose its ability to tension the drive belt. It can also be damaged by excessive wear, which will cause the belt to break.
A failed drive belt tensioner can affect your car’s performance and functionality. In addition to making your car squeaky and jerky, a failed drive belt tensioner can cause the serpentine or v-belt to slip and wear out prematurely. Repairing a failed drive belt tensioner can also prevent your car from experiencing the same problems in the future. So, what do you do if you find your drive belt is slipping?
If your drive belt tensioner isn’t the problem, you’ll have to replace it. In some cases, a loose tensioner arm can lead to cracks in the tensioner housing. In the worst case scenario, the damaged tensioner can also lead to an overheated engine. Ultimately, a failed drive belt tensioner can cause your car to experience overheating, weak battery charging, and even a weakened power steering system.

Maintenance requirements for a drive belt tensioner

Drive belt tensioner maintenance begins with proper alignment of the pulleys. Misaligned pulleys or drives can wear a belt out too fast. Misalignment can occur if the component was recently replaced. A set of shims can restore the pulleys to the proper alignment. It is important to regularly check the tensioner to ensure proper function. Also, check the belt for cracks or wear.
Before performing any maintenance work, always turn off the drive to protect the motor. The belt should be in a safe position so that it will not fall on the workers. Lock down any moving parts and ensure the fans do not freewheel. When inspecting the drive belt tensioner, examine the belt guard for wear and debris. If the belt is damaged or has excessive heat, it is necessary to clean it or replace it.
It is important to maintain a proper fit between the belt and the drive belt tensioner. An incorrectly-sized drive belt will be difficult to install and adjust. An incorrect-rib count drive belt will fit, but will not last as long. Likewise, drive belts with too many ribs will not last as long. For these reasons, drive belt tensioners should be replaced when they are over 50,000 miles.
A drive belt tensioner is a pulley that rides on the outside surface of the serpentine belt. Its purpose is to maintain constant pressure on the pulleys that power car components. It is typically mounted on the front of the engine, bolted to the crankshaft, and rests against the serpentine belt. If the drive belt is cracked, it needs to be replaced immediately. If the arm is loose or bent, the bearings in the tensioner are probably worn.
The drive belt tensioner is an important part of the drive system, which is essential for smooth operation of the vehicle. However, it does wear out prematurely and should be replaced at a certain mileage. It should also be inspected for normal wear and tear as a result of road dirt, excessive heat, and oil leaks. However, it is important to remember that drive belts are highly sensitive to excessive heat, road dirt, and oil leaks.

China OEM D155ax-6 D155ax-7 D155ax-8 Dozer Gear Pump (705-52-30A00)     with Great qualityChina OEM D155ax-6 D155ax-7 D155ax-8 Dozer Gear Pump (705-52-30A00)     with Great quality