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Re: 364 anti freeze leak

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10-18-2013 10:02:46

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Phil, many years ago my Dad had the fan belt break on his 454 with D-179 Diesel while plowing. Before he noticed the temp gauge was well in the red and the rad boiling over. After the boil over it would leak coolant into the crankcase over night when it was cool. He had to finish plowing and other fall work before he could have O-rings replaced. So he only put rad cap on just enough to hold it and every morning he would open crankcase drain plug enough to let coolant drain. But as weather got colder it would leak more and if he was not using for a few days he would drain the coolant out of the block. After he was finished with the tractor, he had the local IH dealer replace the cylinder O-rings. My brother has the tractor today and it has well over 15,000 hours on it and engine is still running strong.
I am not recommending the above as it is your tractor. I am just stating my Dad's experience, be it good or bad.


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Phil Tibbetts

10-18-2013 15:08:06

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 Re: 364 anti freeze leak in reply to JimB2, 10-18-2013 10:02:46  
Well I don't use this tractor in the winter anyway. Mostly is just for raking hay. I was thinking if it gets too bad I may drain the anti freeze and just run water in the summer. I'm getting along in years and have no children or grandchildren interested in keeping things going. I have other tractors so it is not like this is badly needed. I just liked it to rake with.

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