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Re: TO-20 Engine

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11-13-2012 12:13:22

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How far do you want to go with the rebuild money wise as little as possible? Hone the ridge on the liner down replace bottom end bearings if the pistons can be reused replace the rings. Being a young man that will be a good project to learn from & you can always ask questions here. Just my 2 cents for your first tractor.

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11-13-2012 18:06:45

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 Re: TO-20 Engine in reply to Trac, 11-13-2012 12:13:22  
OP here. my dad at one point did the front main seal and quite possibly the rear main as well. I'm thinking about purchasing cylinder kits then main and rod bearings but because of the front and rear mains being done i want to leave it to an in chassis overhaul and leaving the crank shaft in the engine. any thoughts?

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11-14-2012 02:31:15

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 Re: TO-20 Engine in reply to dpalmer681, 11-13-2012 18:06:45  
You can do a in frame over hall easy enough and you don't have to remove crank to replace the mains you just need a little patience. Just remove one main bearing (1/2) take a good look at it if there isn't any major scoring or marks your probably ok you just might want to run 10/40 motor oil just to keep the oil presser up if the mains are wore down alittle.

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