Steps 5, 6, 7, and 8 apply to the shaft
end cover, bearing carriers, and the
port end cover.
P315 and P330 pumps have two plugs
In both the shaft end and port end cov-
ers. P350 and P365 pumps have one
5. Any bushings removed from the shaft end cover,
plug on the outlet side of their shaft end
port end cover, or bearing carrier cover should be as-
and port end covers.
sembled in drive bores with the groove to the top of the
unit (12 o'clock). Assemble the bushings in driven bores
3. Grip the shaft end cover in a vise with the mounting
with the groove to the bottom of the unit (6 o'clock). The
face down. Examine the plug or plugs to ensure they are
P315 does not have grooved bushings, therefore the
tightly in place. Replacement is necessary only if the
bushing seams should be placed at the 12 and 6 o'clock
parts are damaged. If necessary, remove with a screw-
If a new plug or plugs are being in-
stalled coat the threads with Loctite
6. Bushings should be pressed into the bores, one at
a time using the special installation tool and an arbor
4. New plugs should be screwed in tightly. Stake the
press. Ensure the grooves (or seams) are positioned as
plug with a prick punch at both ends of the screwdriver
stated in step 5. The bushings must be pressed into the
slot and around the edges. Peen the edge of the hole
bores flush with the casting face. Ensure to support the
1/32" to 1/16" with 1--1/2" diameter steel ball.
castings so they are square and level.