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Rumely Oil Pull Parts Identification Needed


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Old 01-01-2018, 12:18:55 AM
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Default Rumely Oil Pull Parts Identification Needed

I have a bunch of Oil Pull parts that I'd like to identify. Most part numbers begin with the letters C5P, D4P, D5P etc. I believe they are all "lightweight" parts. Can anyone tell me a source for a reprint parts catalog that might help to identify the parts and which model or models they might fit? A catalog number or vendor name that sells the proper catalog would be of great help. Thanks in advance!
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Old 01-01-2018, 12:28:52 AM
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Default Re: Rumely Oil Pull Parts Identification Needed

Can you post pictures of the parts?
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Too cold to mess around with pictures, but I did write down some numbers that I was able to read. Many parts have just enough crud or rust on them that part numbers were illegible the evening I was looking through them. Have them more or less "buried" in the back of the shed and could be a month or two before I dig through them again. Some of the numbers that I was able to read are as follows:

C5P5202 Steering Wheel 18" Diameter
C5P1433 Steering Rod Bracket (Steering wheel, rod, and bracket are all still together as an assembly)
D5P2710 Gear Shift Lever
C5P127 Cylinder Sleeves- I have four of these, but two are slightly different than the other two. 19" long and 6 3/4" bore.
C5P139 Gear
C5P1041 Gear
C5P170 Flange
D5P2705 Shift Arm
D5P516 Shoe
D5P4263 Flywheel Brake
D5P1775 & D5P5739 Clutch Throwout?
C5P977 Bearing Carrier
C5P976 Bearing Carrier
C5P974 Bearing Carrier
C5P1130 Gear
C5P4135 Preheat Housing?
C5P3722 Carb Body

Note that the descriptions that I used behind the part numbers are MY description of the parts and not the descriptions that Rumely would have used. Have many more parts that I'll need to clean to be able to see part numbers, as well as some that are rusted enough that I'll likely not be able to get part numbers from. Have a set of four valve rocker arms and all are just rusty enough that I can't retrieve part numbers from them. Perhaps electrolysis will be of help in some cases. Hate to get too aggressive by cleaning with wire cup brush on angle grinder or by sandblasting and possibly obliterating part numbers.
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Old 01-01-2018, 01:07:11 PM
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Default Re: Rumely Oil Pull Parts Identification Needed

Ironman, You have a collection of parts from both Lightweights and Superpowered Rumely OilPulls.

C5P5202--Steering wheel for 25-45 model R
C5P1433--Steering shaft bracket for a 25-45 R
D5P2710--Gear shift lever for a 15-25 L
C5P127--Cylinder sleeves for a 25-40 X
C5P139--Camshaft gear for a 20-35 M
C5P170--Rear Axle Housing cover for a 20-35 M
C5P2705--Shift arm for a 15-25 L
D5P516--Gear Shift Quadrant plate for a 20-35 M
C5P977--Crankshaft bearing, lower, left, M1365 and since
C5P976--Crankshaft bearing, lower, right, M1365 and after
C5P974--Crankshaft bearing, upper, right, used M1365 and after
C5P4135--Air heater housing used on M2214 and since
C5P3722--Carburetor body for a 20-30 Model W
The others I could not find in my collection of parts manuals.

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Default Re: Rumely Oil Pull Parts Identification Needed

Thanks much Keith!!!

Does anyone know if there is such a thing as a "Master Parts Book" that would include part numbers for all sizes of the "lightweights" or are parts books only available for individual models/sizes? Do heavyweights also use the C5P or D5P prefix on their part numbers?
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Old 01-01-2018, 06:42:24 PM
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There is no master parts books for any of the Rumely series, only individual models, published yearly with changes. The Heavyweights, especially the K, H, G, use C4P, K4P, S4P, among others as prefixes. I do not believe they used any C5P or D5P prefixes for the heavyweights.
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Two shots of the D5P2710 shift lever, along with linkage rods and shift arm. Might these fit any other models besides the 15-25 L? It was just a thought as I could see the manufacturer using some of these parts on different models, with the difference being minor such as using slightly different lengths of linkage rods dependent upon the size of the tractor......
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A shot of the four cylinder sleeves. Two have legible part numbers of C5P127. On the other two, the part numbers were pretty much removed during the machining of the O.D. of the sleeves. The pair on the left with the wider bosses toward the top of the pic are 19" long, while the pair on the right with the narrower bosses are 18 7/8" long. All are 6 3/4" bore, and have a slightly larger bore diameter up to about 2 1/2" deep from the flanged ends. Do you suppose one pair would be for an X up to a certain serial number, and the other pair for an X with later serial numbers? Confusing- isn't it?
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Default Re: Rumely Oil Pull Parts Identification Needed

The night that I was scribbling down part numbers in my notebook, I apparently made some mistakes. Looks like the clutch parts are C5P1775 & C5P5739, rather than the D5P1775 & D5P5739 that I previously posted. May have written down some others incorrectly as well.....
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The gear clearly has the letter Z cast below the part number, and the carb body has the letter X cast below the part number. The carb body also has the letter X cast in two places on the opposite side. Does anyone have a clue what the significance of these letters is? Perhaps identification of the pattern maker, or the employee making the castings on that particular shift? "Batch" identification so that the castings have plenty of time to "cure" or "normalize" before machining them? Yes- I know there was a model X and a model Z, but strongly doubt that these letters have anything to do with that fact. I think a few more of my parts have a letter Z cast into them. Guess I'll have to take another look at them.....
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Default Re: Rumely Oil Pull Parts Identification Needed

Ironman did you receive my email about the sleeves? the pair I need are like the set on the left. thanks, Mitch
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That's a Super Power carb body which as per Keith's ID above is correct.
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