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Re: Is this 200 block repairable
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the C113 and C123 blocks are notorious for cracking in that area and in that fashion. I cannot tell you how many I have found with that crack.....and most were running just fine from a head gasket perspective. remember, these are thermosyphon engines, and there is little to no pressure in the water jacket.
These are low rpm, low compression, and relatively low "stress" engines. I have seen using one with that crack go both ways, but more often than not, I see them work fine. head gasket, rings, and bearings are not a huge investment if you are doing the work.
Bottom line, that tractor is worth every bit of $1000, in merely parts alone. C113/C123 blocks are not uncommon with the hydraulic pump opening.
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