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Re: 1070 water in oil revisited

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02-25-2014 12:53:42

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John Saeli said: (quoted from post at 16:13:33 02/25/14) You won't see any bubbles unless the coolant level is up in the neck. A crack in a sleeve is very difficult to see sometimes.

Watching the water manifold ports...

I tired Barrs Leak before tearing it down too. Seemed to make it leak faster... maybe my imagination and great desire for that to cure it.

In any Case, the parts are on order(Sleeves/pistons, rods, mains, injectors), and with any luck she will be back in service plowing in a few weeks.
This post was edited by RGMartin at 12:59:22 02/25/14.

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02-25-2014 18:49:49

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 Re: 1070 water in oil revisited in reply to RGMartin, 02-25-2014 12:53:42  
Usually if you tap around the top of the sleeve with a small hammer, after they are out, a chunk of the sleeve will break off. I have had them magnafluxed and the cracks show up around the top.

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02-25-2014 19:15:25

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 Re: 1070 water in oil revisited in reply to casecollectorsc, 02-25-2014 18:49:49  
If it is cracked around the top of the sleeve you'll have to recut the top flange area to true it up or it will crack the next one. I recut and shim every time I replace sleeves.

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