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DVF

02-28-2014 21:50:14
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Just did that, sent the head out, planed and replaced a few valves. Not blowing white smoke like I"m used to seeing on a head gasket and oil is not rising, oil is milky after we change the oil in about 3 days or so, tractor is on the spreader right now. Think I"m gonna have to pull the oil pan next. Thanks Deltared, would like to see if I can get through to warmer weather seeing my shop is the outdoors, lol. Put some bars leak in today, and changed the oil. Will see if that helps

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tom dowling

03-01-2014 07:39:49
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 Re: Farmall 450 in reply to DVF, 02-28-2014 21:50:14  
Milky oil? Do you keep the tractor outside? I thought I had a blown gasket or cracked head/block also, turned out it was rain water going in the seams of the muffler and around the threads of the pipe at the manifold. A flapper or can on the muffler isn't good enough. Loosen the oil drain plug a bit and see if you are getting green or clear water. If it's green your outa luck, if it's clear then it's rain water and you can change the oil, run tractor till warmed up and change it again. Then let it sit there and run an hour or so to steam out any remaining water. It worked good for me.

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Janicholson

03-01-2014 05:41:33
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 Re: Farmall 450 in reply to DVF, 02-28-2014 21:50:14  
Running with even a half cup of coolant in the oil can ruin the lower end. If it is just a wisp of coolant, and it heats out it still leaves residue in the oil that can degrade the lubricity. Jim



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DVF

03-01-2014 15:04:15
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 Re: Farmall 450 in reply to Janicholson, 03-01-2014 05:41:33  
Janicholson, yes. I have been changing the oil right now every few days. I am hoping to pull the pan on Wednesday. I read a few of your older post in regards to water in oil and putting a little pressure in the radiator via a cap. Was wondering if the radiator cap was on but not pressurized would that slow the leak? I could be wrong but kinda feel its a crack in the block or a cracked sleeve.

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Janicholson

03-01-2014 16:16:23
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 Re: Farmall 450 in reply to DVF, 03-01-2014 15:04:15  
That would reduce the flow into the oil if the leak is not a compression leak from combustion gasses into the coolant. There are test kits from auto stores that test radiators for the presence of exhaust gasses. Cheap and accurate.
A cracked bore casting is possible allowing coolant to leak down between the sleeves and the cast bore. The coolant will be found dripping from the interface between the sleeve and the block. The solution for that is to have the block bored for a repair sleeve then that sleeve bored (and counterbored for the sleeve ring) to accept the original sleeve that is in the tractor.
That is a very successful and permanent repair.
If it is not a compression leak, I would try barsleak liquid to seal it up till the time it can be repaired correctly (follow the directions) Jim

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