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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

1000c Crawler Motor

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06-21-2012 20:02:42

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Taking the motor apart on my 1000c crawler because I suspected a blown head gasket. I took the valve cover off and noticed the a push rod missing on and intake valve. It was down in the hole so it is probably broken. I aslo took the head bolts off to pull the head. We were unable to break the head loose from the block. We sprayed some lube on it to soak over night. Where can I get a push rod? Is it the same as a Massey 55 or 555? What is the torque order and lbs on the head bolts? Any help would be great.

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george md

06-22-2012 21:38:36

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 Re: 1000c Crawler Motor in reply to Herm00, 06-21-2012 20:02:42  


Heads are rarely stuck tight, did you get the short studs on the inj pump side? Head bolt torque is 140. Rocker arm caps go on with the cup side to the rocker not to the valve stem.

With push rod out of place , look for lifter to be out of bore in block.

If you have questions , send me an email as I have several 1000 tractors.


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06-22-2012 19:56:39

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 Re: 1000c Crawler Motor in reply to Herm00, 06-21-2012 20:02:42  
yes it is the same old contenial used in the 55 massey And I relly think either gas and disel will innerchange but not sure.

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06-21-2012 20:20:52

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 Re: 1000c Crawler Motor in reply to Herm00, 06-21-2012 20:02:42  
spin the motor over with the starter...compression will pop head loose IF you havent missed any more headbolts under the sludge.

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