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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Case 580CK Engines

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tiresntracks

03-26-2014 19:13:22
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What are the differences between a G159 gas block and a G188D diesel block. They aren't interchangeable are they?




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mike french

04-18-2014 15:12:12
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 Re: Case 580CK Engines in reply to tiresntracks, 03-26-2014 19:13:22  
188 is 1 1/4 inch longer block. I have a 580ck that had a 159 in it that was junk. I put in a 201 out of a 660 case combine. It is 1 1/4 longer than the 159 also but with not much work it made a lot better unit. Email me if need more info.



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dzc3

03-27-2014 16:59:08
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 Re: Case 580CK Engines in reply to tiresntracks, 03-26-2014 19:13:22  
are you asking if they will interchange?



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AJ.

03-27-2014 14:40:41
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 Re: Case 580CK Engines in reply to tiresntracks, 03-26-2014 19:13:22  
Its chalk and cheese,the gas engine has a 3 main bearing crank and the diesel 5,originally Case did make their own engines which were a good engine,nowerdays they are using Cummins and call it Case,good engine too but are sleeveless and have to be bored out should sleeves be needed,someone was telling me that CNH now owned by Fiat.

AJ



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mab570diesel

03-27-2014 18:36:59
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 Re: Case 580CK Engines in reply to AJ., 03-27-2014 14:40:41  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeTis' true fiat bought fords tractor line back in 1995 and when they went to buy CASEIH they sold the versatile line to buhler to get the capital to buy CASEIH thus getting the steiger 4-wheel drives. they also sold the genisis line of ford tractors to buhler, after they was outdated. fiat just kept the new holland name because it was widely recognized in America,also they was only allowed to keep the ford color for a few years along with the name then phased the name out and changed the color slightly.In short fiat owns both new holland and caseih called CNH (CASE NEW HOLLAND).

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tiresntracks

03-27-2014 17:03:11
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 Re: Case 580CK Engines in reply to AJ., 03-27-2014 14:40:41  
Thanks AJ. That's what I wanted to know.



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Black

03-27-2014 11:16:43
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 Re: Case 580CK Engines in reply to tiresntracks, 03-26-2014 19:13:22  
Just curious , does Case cast their own engine blocks or are they a Cummins -- I have heard both



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curtis larson

03-26-2014 19:21:32
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 Re: Case 580CK Engines in reply to tiresntracks, 03-26-2014 19:13:22  
not even close 159 and 188 are the cubic inches.



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tiresntracks

03-26-2014 20:24:13
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 Re: Case 580CK Engines in reply to curtis larson, 03-26-2014 19:21:32  
They are wet sleeved engines. You could change sleeve thickness to get a different bore without changing the block.
I'm pretty sure the blocks are different, but I can't remember what's different.



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