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Re: engine block questions

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09-30-2012 09:26:43

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Latent problem maybe. In well oover 40 years of Indian, Cushman, Packard, and a few others there are problems that take decades to come to bare. All it takes is one person to ask. If there seems to be a flurry of otherswith the same (or similar) problem then it becomes an issue that noone ever wanted to talk about before. KInd of like Olds Diesels, Packard V8 oil pumps, BTV's, Cushman coils etc.
I have a 51 TO 20 for 18 years. The PERFECT tractor. But my recent TE-20 (Z120 engine) has the crack between #3 and #4 cylinders too at the bottom.
I'm bound and determined to fix it. But thus far expensive over brazing and complete disassembly is not my plan. I want to try the gas tank sealer approach first. What do i have to lose???? IF it doesn't work then welding maybe. First i try the Q&D fixes. -PV8

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09-30-2012 15:15:57

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 Re: engine block questions in reply to PackardV8, 09-30-2012 09:26:43  
my TO-20 was cracked top and bottom too. sealant worked until i added anti freeze for the winter. the AF went right through the sealant.

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