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E-47 - The E-47 was discontinued by Meyer Products a few years ago (2005). It used the same gear pump and Prestolite motor as the U-13 and E-45. It used the same lift ram and fluid reservoir, and top cap too. The design of the base was changed to accept the new PA Block. The E-47 is probably the most popular snow plow pump ever made. There are thousands of them in use to this day. Every part of the E-47 is still available from Meyer Products. Aftermarket suppliers offer many parts for the E-47 as well. Early models had a different PA Block than the picture above. That PA Block had two individual Crossover Relief Valves on it. The C Check Valve was also removable. You can see the three variations of Valve Blocks here. The original E-47 Electro-Lift had a small blue oval decal on it that had a square for the Model Number and Serial Numbers, and it said Electronic Power Pack. Then it went to a large blue, black, and silver decal that said Electro-Touch, and then a blue and yellow Electro-Lift decal. Then finally to the one above where the name changed to Electro-Lift.
Not sure what Meyer Plow Pump you have? Look here for pictures and info on ALL Meyer electric pumps.
8-6-14 Meyer Plow Wiring Diagrams, Wiring Identification Help (13 hours making this HUGE page!)
8-3-14 Cut Away View of the E-47 / 57 Sump Base Casting
1-23-14 Lets talk about A Coils and A Valves
7-9-13 Meyer E-46 / E-47 / E-48 US Patent Office Drawings
Classic Example of a bad E-47 Sump Base -
How to check the fluid level in an E-47 (and E-57, E-60) -
12-12-11 Cracked Sump Base Castings? Valve Block leaking?
10-13-11 Removing and Replacing a Meyer E-47 Motor
Here is a look at two different designs of actual gear pumps used on the E-47 over the years.
UPDATE 2011 - Meyer E-47 Gear Pump Redesigned!
Common problems we find when rebuilding Meyer E-47 pumps.
Here are a few pics of an E-47 being disassembled.
Here are pics of an E-47 being rebuilt step by step.
Three videos we put on YouTube to help you remove and replace the 15606 Crossover Relief Valve
Removing the 15606 Crossover Relief Valve
Assembling the 15606 Crossover Relief Valve
Installing the 15606 Crossover Relief Valve
Typical early E-47 wiring diagram.
Meyer Toggle Switch Wiring Diagram
Meyer Touchpad wiring.
Meyer Slik Stik wiring.
Prestolite Motors used on E-47 units back in the 1970's.
The importance of proper Couplers.
Buy Meyer E-47 Parts online here.
A sure sign your pump had ATF in it at some point
Toggle Switch Controls were standard with the E-47
Links to our other sites:
www.SmithBrothersServices.com - Meyer Snow Plow Specialists in Northern New Jersey. We rebuild pumps. We stock and sell new and used Meyer parts.
www.SmithBrothersPlowParts.com - The BEST place to get any Meyer Snow Plow Parts you could possibly need, at a good price, with superior service, and free tech help! We have every part that Meyer offers available for purchase, including some obsolete parts. We also carry many aftermarket snow plow parts. We ship smaller parts US Priority Mail so you save on shipping, plus get your parts fast, and larger heavier parts via UPS. The nice thing about US Priority Mail is they deliver on Saturdays at no extra cost to you.
www.LetsTalkSnow.com/forums - Discussion Forums for those who plow snow.
www.MeyerPlows.info - More info than you can imagine on Meyer Plows.
www.Snowplowing-Contractors.com - Educational Resources for Snow & Ice Professionals, including a Directory of Snow Plowing Contractors from all over the US and Canada. HUGE Meyer Plow Tech area. Celebrating our 11th Anniversary this year!
www.ChucksChevyTruckPages.com - EXCELLENT resource for info and tech/specs on 73 - 87 Chevy and GMC pickups, Blazers, Jimmy, and Suburbans. Online since 1998 currently celebrating our 13 year anniversary!
www.PlowPump.info - Technical help and resources for all plow pumps here. We will add more as time allows.
MeyerST.com - Moldboard Part Diagrams. Sector and A Frame part Diagrams. They can be ordered from Smith Brothers Services.
MeyerE-47.com - Exploded views, info and parts lists for E-47 units, including all common variations over the years.
MeyerE-57.com - Exploded views, info and parts lists for E-57 units.
MeyerE-58H.com - Exploded views, info and parts lists for E-58H units.
MeyerE-60.com - Exploded views, info and parts lists for E-60 units, including all common variations.
MeyerDrivePro.com - Information on the Meyer Drive Pro. Including the Drive Pro 6'8" that is perfect for Jeeps, Tacomas, and other small vehicles, and the larger Drive Pro '6" that is for 1/2 ton trucks.
MeyerLotPro.com - This is the current commercial plow line from Meyer. The Lot Pro is available in sizes from 7.5 - 10 feet wide.
MeyerRoadPro.com - The Road Pro replaced the HM Series.
DiamondPChopper.com - America's Cancer Tribute Bike built by Vinnie & Cody of V Force Customs (Formerly of American Chopper).
Home-Plow-By-Meyer.com - All NEW (July 2010) plow built by Meyer for homeowner use. Fits any vehicle with a front receiver hitch! Shipped right to your door.
MeyerPathPro.com - All NEW (July 2011) ATV Plow! Available in 50", 60" and 72" widths.
MeyerE-72.com - A NEW (March 2011) Hydraulic unit made for Meyer by Monarch, that comes with a 5 YEAR WARRANTY when purchased as part of a complete new plow system.
MeyerVPlow.com - A new site we put together featuring information on all Meyer V Plows including the EZ Vector, SuperV and SuperV2.
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