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Buda Engine coolant in the oil

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Neil Grant

12-04-2013 06:52:36

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I juat want ot thank Mike(NEOhio)for scanning the Buda repair manual. I just noticed the post in my thread yesterday. I sure do appreciate it. Mike, are you a Cockshutt or an Allis Chalmers collector? I am pretty much all Cockshutt, although I had an IH 460 Diesel Utility for a while.
Thanks again.


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12-04-2013 17:56:39

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 Re: Buda Engine coolant in the oil in reply to Neil Grant, 12-04-2013 06:52:36  
I just reread your post. Mine was magnafluxed and had a small crack starting. It was in an internal ridge between two bores. The top of those blocks are a kind of thin. The guy drilled the end of the crack to prevent it from spreading.
You'll have to get into it to be sure.

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12-04-2013 16:03:42

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 Re: Buda Engine coolant in the oil in reply to Neil Grant, 12-04-2013 06:52:36  
COOPs, two E3s and an E4. My father-in-law farmed with them and a JD A. All three COOPs are really tired. I'm trying to finish rebuilding the E4 engine right now. One E3 won't run and the other is real weak.
The copied manual was given to me so I'm glad to share it.

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