First thing to go was the block. Drain cock was not in an obvious to get to locale, plus there was not a lot of metal between the cylinders (maybe a bored out smaller engine). Often cracks between cylinders.
Re: D14 in J-yard- most likely failure? in reply to wolfman, 09-27-2012 17:55:13
Any cracks between the lower webs are not a "Death Sentence" for the AC Blocks.. They can be "Pinned", or resistance-welded to like NEW condition.. Both of our WD-45 tractors were Resistance-Welded and "Pinned" at "Columbus Col-Weld" in Cols, Ohio.. Guaranteed not to crack again.. It is amazing what some people Scrap..it may be a perfectly fine, running tractor..
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