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Re: TD9Head Gasket

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Red Mercury

02-09-2013 09:12:20

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I have never had a blown head gasket on a D335 or D350 engine--always a cracked head when that happens. Remove the head and check it out before you spend the money on a head gasket. Finding a replacement head will be much more difficult than sourcing a head gasket.

I bought some head gaskets from CNH for the D335/D350 engines last fall. CNH part number 273668R3. They are composite gaskets now, the original metal ones are no longer available. I have not heard any complaints about the composite ones.

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D. Schwantes

02-09-2013 21:48:03

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 Re: TD9Head Gasket in reply to Red Mercury, 02-09-2013 09:12:20  
Make sure you know if you have a d335 or d350 engine. Recently a friend of mine put a d335 gasket in a d350 and did not realize it was sitting ON TOP of the fire wall on the sleeve. It broke every sleeve when he torqued it!

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Red Mercury

02-10-2013 08:41:58

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 Re: TD9Head Gasket in reply to D. Schwantes, 02-09-2013 21:48:03  
The stock D335 and D350 used the same head gasket UNLESS that D335 had 4.5" overbore sleeves put in it then there is a different head gasket used for those overbore sleeves only. The overbore sets were not common in my area so I never have had to worry about using the wrong gasket. The D335 overbore head gasket if used on original D335 4.4" sleeves or a D350 will rest on top of the firewall of the sleeves causing serious problems. I have a really good explanation of the head gasket & sleeve differences from Weber Tractor parts that I can send to anyone who wants it.

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