Thanks for the insight. I need to make sure the coupling is turning with the transmission and if it is, I will put a gauge on the output and see what is happening. The local Farmall used parts guy sells pumps for $40 so except for the labor, I think I can get up and running no matter what without breaking the bank. When I grew up the farms I worked on had an "H" and that was my favorite tractor. Hence, I have one now. The only downfall was no 3 point hitch which is what started this venture. Thanks again for the quick replies and advice.
1951 Cub "Rhett", 1950 Cub "Scarlett" (Suzanne's), 1951 "H", 2010 Farmall 35, L59 Mower, L-54 grader blade, 144 Cultivators, 193 Mold Board Plow, 23-A Disc Harrows, 1942 Ford 9N...