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706 no compression on two cylinders

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Farmall 706

03-20-2017 04:51:27




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Found the problem with no compression on cylinders 4&5




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caterpillar guy

03-20-2017 18:58:48




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 Re: 706 no compression on two cylinders in reply to Farmall 706, 03-20-2017 04:51:27  
Farmall 706 Where do you live near Morrice MI I live about 10 miles north of there. If you can't get the gaskets there you need try D&D in Corunna Richard or Raymond are good parts guys. Richard owns the place.



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Farmall 706

03-21-2017 03:45:06




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 Re: 706 no compression on two cylinders in reply to caterpillar guy, 03-20-2017 18:58:48  
Cat,
I live between Morris and Fowlerville I'll keep that in mind,thanks



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RBoots

03-20-2017 19:29:31




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 Re: 706 no compression on two cylinders in reply to caterpillar guy, 03-20-2017 18:58:48  
You ever use Reicherts? They seem to do a pretty good job as well



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The tractor vet

03-20-2017 12:26:05




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 Re: 706 no compression on two cylinders in reply to Farmall 706, 03-20-2017 04:51:27  
Yep seen many of them that way. Get the head rebuilt and milled and only taker off what is needed to get it FLAT get the valves done . Then clean and chase and inspect each and every head bolt for damage , Then go buy yourself a 1/2-13 BOTTOMING tap and chase each hole in the block , then use brake clean and clean all the holes and blow them dry . Use a LIGHT COAT OF engine assembly lube on the head bolts when going back together . Use a three step torque while torguing the head . while your at it have the rocker arms refaced at this time because you will get a BETTER valve set easier . When you get it all back together then set the vavle cover on and just lightly snug it down and run the engine for around a half hour and then go back over the head bolts once again and when your done then go back over the center 6 bolts one more time . Then do another valve adjustment and now put the valve cover bqack on and tighten it down , then go back over the manifold bolts again and do this every so often till they get set in , yea i know this is a pain in the donkey doing the manifold HOT . Myself i have one special six point long box wrench for this job .

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Janicholson

03-20-2017 06:14:39




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 Re: 706 no compression on two cylinders in reply to Farmall 706, 03-20-2017 04:51:27  
Have the head checked for flatness/cracks. Use a high quality gasket set like Felpro, and follow the gasket makers recommendation and IH torque order and spec. All will be well Jim



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The tractor vet

03-20-2017 12:13:44




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 Re: 706 no compression on two cylinders in reply to Janicholson, 03-20-2017 06:14:39  
Jim i gave up on Fel Pro a long long time ago . I use Victor gskt.s only and they have had two listings on that use the better one , yep it costs more but it is well worth the money . With the fel pro i have had weepage coming out between the metal surfaces and the permatorque will not hold under field work. even after you dress the head .



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Farmall 706

03-20-2017 13:28:00




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 Re: 706 no compression on two cylinders in reply to The tractor vet, 03-20-2017 12:13:44  
Tractor vet,
Can you give me a link for the gaskets or where to buy them?
Thanks Marv



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The tractor vet

03-20-2017 17:08:56




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 Re: 706 no compression on two cylinders in reply to Farmall 706, 03-20-2017 13:28:00  
Well any GOOD parts store can get them , now as to where i get mine from you can not deal there as it is a Jobber supply house and you have to be a reg. engine builder to do this . Parts stores can buy there . . You want the copper steel gskt. they come in the valve grind gskt. set . I use a good multiple coat of copper coat on both sides .



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Farmall 706

03-20-2017 06:34:21




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 Re: 706 no compression on two cylinders in reply to Janicholson, 03-20-2017 06:14:39  
Thank you I'm going to take the head to RF engine in Morris Mi to have it looked at.
They should have a good gasket kit for it.



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Used red mn

03-22-2017 10:28:05




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 Re: 706 no compression on two cylinders in reply to Farmall 706, 03-20-2017 06:34:21  
Is this the same tractor you said fluttered at full throttle? I'm surprised you couldn't hear the variations in the starter sound when cranking it telling you there was an issue. I guess some guys ears aren't as mechanically inclined as mine. Glad you found the problem.



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Used red mn

03-22-2017 21:13:26




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 Re: 706 no compression on two cylinders in reply to Used red mn, 03-22-2017 10:28:05  
I looked at your old threads. This is a gas the one I was thinking about was a diesel. My apologies.



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