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Adirondack case guy

03-15-2013 08:16:48

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To further elaborate on my post up on TT, fill the radiator to the top of the rad. neck. Start the tractor and let it warm up at an idle. Observ the exaust, looking for white exaust, and misfiring cyls. let it continue to warm up until the thermostat opens. You will know when it does, becdause a little coolant will overflow. Re fill to top and watch for air bubbles and coolant continuing to overflow. If this is the case the combustion ring in the head gasket is blown, or you have a cracked head, cracked sleeve, or a blown through power cell, and the head needs removing for further inspection. If you DO NOT have bubbles at this point, perhaps a coolant sealer might help, but as said a temperary fix. If coolant is in the pan, tear it down and look for bad head gasket or bad o-rings on the bottoms of the sleeves. If this is a "high tin 730" the rad. neck is very long and you can't see into the top radiator tank. That is why I said to fill to the top of the neck.

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03-15-2013 16:07:17

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 Re: Case 730 in reply to Adirondack case guy, 03-15-2013 08:16:48  
The tractor started pretty easy.. filled the rad up with water. and got rad sealant but the rad was dry when we took the diesel outta the engine because we used diesel to clean out the oil in the crankcase. and we got more out of it that we put in to the coolant must be leaking

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03-15-2013 14:35:44

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 Re: Case 730 in reply to Adirondack case guy, 03-15-2013 08:16:48  

Would that be papal smoke? HAHA


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03-15-2013 16:06:56

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 Re: Case 730 in reply to Vito, 03-15-2013 14:35:44  
Could be, they have some engin problems also.

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