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engine rebuild dvd?

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rustyone

12-11-2013 06:10:43
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Has anyone purchased the engine rebuild dvd from steiner for the mta? Is it worth the money? Working on a 400 and have never worked on a farmall before but have worked on older tractor engines. Would this dvd be of any help?




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rustred

12-11-2013 20:23:02
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 Re: engine rebuild dvd? in reply to rustyone, 12-11-2013 06:10:43  
far as I am concernd spec"s are spec"s and engines are engines and really don"t know what a dvd would do, unless a person is a real beginner and has no concept of deciding what is good, what is worn , and what has caused the problem and why. hands on is the best experience a person can get. how can a 400 farmall engine be different than say a 400 case engine. ooh the case has 2 heads.



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DeltaRed

12-11-2013 07:57:38
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 Re: engine rebuild dvd? in reply to rustyone, 12-11-2013 06:10:43  
I have a TA video on the SMTA/400/450.Certainly helped,was informative.....Was well worth the time/money.But it is not the'be all/end all".You still NEED the book(s).



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El Toro

12-11-2013 07:11:21
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 Re: engine rebuild dvd? in reply to rustyone, 12-11-2013 06:10:43  
Take pictures and videos during the tear down. They will come in handy during the rebuild. Separate the parts as you remove them, place in cardboard boxes then mark the boxes where they were installed or removed from. Hal



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rustyj14

12-12-2013 12:21:00
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 Re: engine rebuild dvd? in reply to El Toro, 12-11-2013 07:11:21  
I had a Chrysler mini-van, and i had to take the upper part of the engine apart for some work. Fortunately, i had put the parts in several cigar boxes, and labelled the boxes. I got it all back together, with no parts left over, or missing. WHEW!! RJ



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Old Popper

12-12-2013 15:13:35
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 Re: engine rebuild dvd? in reply to rustyj14, 12-12-2013 12:21:00  
I had to pull the head on a 4 cyl Mercury Lynx one time. I bought a bag of multi-colored plastic wire ties. Put a pair on almost everything I disconnected. For reassembly just matched colors, and re-attached wires-lines-etc. Just a hint.



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