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Buda Engine coolant going into the oil

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Neil Grant

11-20-2013 18:31:36
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I usually post over on the Cockshutt board, but I just bought a Cockshutt 40 gas with the Buda 6 cylinder which is pretty akin to some of the Allis engines. Previous owners says it is getting coolant into the oil. He says the block is cracked between the sleeves at the top and the sleeves have never been taken out to see if there are cracks in the bottom. I have seen 2 Budas with cracks between the sleeves at the top before and they don't mean anything I don't think. My question is do the orings leak often at the bottom of the sleeves and has anyone ever seen one cracked at the bottom of the sleeves? I am hoping it is the Orings.

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Neil

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Mike(NEOhio)

11-29-2013 11:30:02
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 Re: Buda Engine coolant going into the oil in reply to Neil Grant, 11-20-2013 18:31:36  
I've scanned my Buda engine manual and put it on Dropbox.com. You can download by clicking these links.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/li6usws23osuvgk/Budamanual_1thru27.pdf

https://www.dropbox.com/s/0k2w1jt1b4oz4fz/Budamanual_28thru54.pdf

https://www.dropbox.com/s/tjmkxkv6o5dxeki/Budamanual_lastpg.pdf



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Gordon in IN

11-24-2013 15:16:59
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 Re: Buda Engine coolant going into the oil in reply to Neil Grant, 11-20-2013 18:31:36  
You might check the freeze plugs in the top of the cylinder head. If you are "lucky" it is a quick, cheap and easy fix. Hope for the best.



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Rachel D

11-21-2013 01:14:35
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 Re: Buda Engine coolant going into the oil in reply to Neil Grant, 11-20-2013 18:31:36  
On some the sleeves drop down and you lose the sleeve protrusion allowing the head gasket to leak, it can all be welded up and fixed tho



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JMS/.MN

11-20-2013 20:52:16
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 Re: Buda Engine coolant going into the oil in reply to Neil Grant, 11-20-2013 18:31:36  
Just what Aaron says.....but the bottom line is what you find out on YOUR engine block! I"m a big believer in percentages, but there"s only one way to find out----good luck!



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Aaron SEIA

11-20-2013 18:47:33
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 Re: Buda Engine coolant going into the oil in reply to Neil Grant, 11-20-2013 18:31:36  
On the 201 and 226 4 cylinders, they are nearly all cracked between the liners at the top. Seldom ever hear of one cracked at the bottom. Do hear a lot about the o-rings going bad though.

AaronSEIA



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Neil Grant

11-21-2013 04:29:19
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 Re: Buda Engine coolant going into the oil in reply to Aaron SEIA, 11-20-2013 18:47:33  
I am hoping it is the orings. I got a spare block with it and it has cracks marked off with marker, but again only at the top between the sleeves. It has no sleeves in it and I see no cracks at the bottom. I am waiting for the tractor and the undissaembled engine to come later in the month. I will put some antifreeze in it with the pan off and see where it is dripping. Kind of interesting how these old tractors are all a little bit linked to one another. I guess that is why I never met a tractor I didn"t like!
Thanks guys.

Neil

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J. Schwiebert

11-24-2013 17:16:18
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 Re: Buda Engine coolant going into the oil in reply to Neil Grant, 11-21-2013 04:29:19  
Neil: I sent you an email You can check this yourself rather quickly. Let me know if you do not receive the e-mail



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