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My new way of doing inframe overhauls.

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1370rod

08-23-2014 15:42:43
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This is a 1570, I overhauled a 1370 earlier this spring and did the same thing. Takes a couple hours longer but sure is easier after this point. This way I can seal the firewalls as they are all in need of that, R+R the front and rear seals and haul the block out for cleaning and any additional work. And I am getting to damn old to crawl under and replace those brgs laying on my back anyway, LOL. Rod.

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robert major

08-27-2014 20:51:31
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 Re: My new way of doing inframe overhauls. in reply to 1370rod, 08-23-2014 15:42:43  
Hi I have never been a fan of in frames for the reason you state with the seals and trying to "roll" bearings in the mains, plus now you can also see if the clutch is going bad. Have seen guys do in frames then 2 weeks later the clutch drops out or the rear seal starts leaking. That usually ends up costing them twice what they saved being cheap. I did a 466 IH diesel in a big floater for a guy, this spring. That was my second and last in frame. It was a complete pain and took longer than a bare block rebuild usually takes me. I find that interesting holding that motor on the cover bolts as well. Must be way bigger studs than they needed. Regards Robert

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Ande

08-26-2014 05:52:51
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 Re: My new way of doing inframe overhauls. in reply to 1370rod, 08-23-2014 15:42:43  
We did the same thing Rod,yes it took longer to get everything set up but, you could really do a better job on everything. And really look her over. Great post

Dan



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1948 mm

08-24-2014 07:32:17
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 Re: My new way of doing inframe overhauls. in reply to 1370rod, 08-23-2014 15:42:43  
In frames are tough to do on those. The front axle has to be removed to get the pan off and then you have to work around the dog house during the rebuild process. Might as well split it I agree!



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DKase

08-24-2014 05:48:37
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 Re: My new way of doing inframe overhauls. in reply to 1370rod, 08-23-2014 15:42:43  
Looks like to my (in frame) job on the W14.



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shinnery

08-23-2014 22:39:39
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 Re: My new way of doing inframe overhauls. in reply to 1370rod, 08-23-2014 15:42:43  
Rod, I think that turbo needs a little help!

Bryce



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1370rod

08-24-2014 03:47:21
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 Re: My new way of doing inframe overhauls. in reply to shinnery, 08-23-2014 22:39:39  
As you can see it has that normal Case exhaust leak, Rod.



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Adirondack case guy

08-23-2014 18:02:55
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 Re: My new way of doing inframe overhauls. in reply to 1370rod, 08-23-2014 15:42:43  
Back when we were in business, I welded up two engine lifting jigs, one for 4 cyl and one for 6 cyl case tractors. They were made to fit over the valve cover studs. We set it ontop of the valve covers and put the nuts back on and split any 70-94 series tractors that we needed to. I modified the 6cyl jig to change the balance point, and we were able to remove the entire engine/radiator assy from 44/4690s
Also fabed up stands to support the engine half and tranny halves for clutch and RPS34 repairs. When the 20/2290 differential dilema showed it's erie face, I built tranny and cab support stands, using the storage screw jacks from New Idea pull type picker/shellers to support them while the axle housings with wheels and tires, and everything else was stripped from the diff housing. What a night mare that was. We were never able to recover from that problem.
Loren

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1370rod

08-23-2014 19:42:45
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 Re: My new way of doing inframe overhauls. in reply to Adirondack case guy, 08-23-2014 18:02:55  
I can relate to nearly everything you did back them Loren.



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JW

08-23-2014 17:10:35
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 Re: My new way of doing inframe overhauls. in reply to 1370rod, 08-23-2014 15:42:43  
Like it. Where and how do you hook you chains?



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1370rod

08-23-2014 19:39:55
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 Re: My new way of doing inframe overhauls. in reply to JW, 08-23-2014 17:10:35  

Have used this simple attachment for 40 yrs. Works on all Case 4+6 cyl'S.



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Brokengun

08-24-2014 12:34:01
70.194.102.52



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 Re: My new way of doing inframe overhauls. in reply to 1370rod, 08-23-2014 19:39:55  
Not to sound like an idiot but I didn't realize you could hold the weight of a 6cy case engine by the valve cover bolts.



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