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SFC Diesel

11-27-2012 10:55:43




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Does anyone have pictures, or solid information on doing tension bolt repairs to fix the Z129 engine block crack repair between the cylinder webbing.




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VTParts

11-29-2012 14:00:26




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 Re: TO 30 Block Repair in reply to SFC Diesel, 11-27-2012 10:55:43  
I have a good Z129 block for sale complete with pistons.



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SFC Diesel

11-29-2012 18:34:48




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 Re: TO 30 Block Repair in reply to VTParts, 11-29-2012 14:00:26  
Hey VTparts, shoot me a email at garf299@gmail.com with a price and your location, were going to try the tension rods first but if that fails we will be looking for a block

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VTParts

11-29-2012 19:15:50




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 Re: TO 30 Block Repair in reply to SFC Diesel, 11-29-2012 18:34:48  
I have sent you a personal message. Price for the block is 495.00 plus shipping. I ship very reasonably in the USA.



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Jason S.

11-28-2012 06:18:17




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 Re: TO 30 Block Repair in reply to SFC Diesel, 11-27-2012 10:55:43  
Ive got a Z120 engine that I bought that had the tension rod fix done to it. I can get you measurements or pics of it if you need it.



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SFC Diesel

11-29-2012 04:42:56




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 Re: TO 30 Block Repair in reply to Jason S., 11-28-2012 06:18:17  
Thanks for the replies guys, and thanks Pat for the pics and phone call. If a guy named Earl calls, thats my uncle who will be doing the actual work. The tractor was my grandfathers, he bought it new and has sat ever since he tried welding the webbing. Now my cousin if trying to restore it for a FFA project and its become a family effort. Unfortunatly I live a couple states away, so I just get to be the research hound.

Thanks again, Ill keep you all posted.

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PackardV8

11-27-2012 19:40:51




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 Re: TO 30 Block Repair in reply to SFC Diesel, 11-27-2012 10:55:43  
Also note that there is alot of cast iron to drill thru due to the internal block support web. About 1-1/4" on each side. The CI drills pretty easy but still alot meat to drill thru.



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PackardV8

11-27-2012 19:37:08




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 Re: TO 30 Block Repair in reply to SFC Diesel, 11-27-2012 10:55:43  
I'm wondering if only ONE bolt could be used thru just the very centre of the blockrather than 3 such bolts. My TE20 is cracked top and bottom at all SIX webs.
Doing ust one would be alot easier than 3. The centre is the easiest anyway. If one would just do the job and keep it from leaking then why bother with the other 2. Anyone tried just one???
This post was edited by PackardV8 at 19:39:00 11/27/12.

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Pat Williams

11-27-2012 18:48:31




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 Re: TO 30 Block Repair in reply to SFC Diesel, 11-27-2012 10:55:43  
I have pics on work computer send me an email to cascadecollision@att.net and ill send them to you. Mine has been going almost 3 years with this repair.



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