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Re: Block for early 1950 Super A

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gene bender

05-09-2013 03:48:36

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So whats wrong with the original you now have.

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Chad Enyeart

05-09-2013 06:34:47

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 Re: Block for early 1950 Super A in reply to gene bender, 05-09-2013 03:48:36  
It has signs of a previous freeze crack behind the generator and carb. It was welded and just looks horrible. The block is still bulged out roughly 1/8" and I have a feeling that this will be an ongoing issue. I want to do this tractor right during the restoration.

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gene bender

05-09-2013 08:19:15

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 Re: Block for early 1950 Super A in reply to Chad Enyeart, 05-09-2013 06:34:47  
If its not cracked between the cycls that crack isnt that bad. You can grind the ugly weld down then with the rubber cement they use installing windsheilds put a good layer over the crack and before it sets up hard take a rough brush and with a little time cna make the fibish look just like cast. Ive got one i bought like that been running sor 10 yrs now cant even tell the repair have to look real hard to see the repair. But i would pull the head so be sure it isnt broke between the cycls. It has been on many three day tractor rides and parades.

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Chad Enyeart

05-10-2013 09:28:15

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 Re: Block for early 1950 Super A in reply to gene bender, 05-09-2013 08:19:15  
It is cracked along 4 of the coolant ports and even into one of the sleeve bores.

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