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03-20-2013 01:05:09

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Tony this is Bill Brox's reply to my question

Up to Engine number SJ 86045 E, CAV BDN 12SP 6169
Engine number SJ 86046 E to SJ 125724 E, CAV BDN 12SP 6262
From Engine number SJ 125725 E, CAV BDN 12SP 6290

Normally the 6290 nozzle is what is sold today.

I thought I had sent this info to him long time ago. Maybe not.

Been a while since I talked to him on the phone. Didn't know he had started working on it. But obviously have.

Opening pressure on used nozzles are 130 atm, and 135 on new nozzles.

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Tony in Mass.

03-20-2013 15:34:16

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 Re: TONY,TONY,TONY! in reply to samn40, 03-20-2013 01:05:09  
I hate to say it Sam... but you and Bill might... will.... have to adopt another 'mercan 23c owner... how does it go? 'patience is a virture, find it where you can. seldom in a woman, never in a man.... but we Italians know better than that. Patience is sick people in a hospital'.....
In the process of removing an injector, I twisted and snapped a return line. Then the broken pipe got hooked in my sleeve, bending it to the point of breaking at the little mainfold.... so more wrenches came out, and the engine is going on either a pallet or a spare rear half, but the end must come to us all, and this engine's end came around 3PM.... The block is SJ 117988 E, the injector should be 12SP6262 right? The injector is CAV BKB405697K, DES no.5345108.Someone electric penciled #15786... I have too many fine running Continentals and Perkins gas burners to spend another 6 or 700 bucks on this project. The $380 I paid for 4 glowplugs was a waste of a week's pay, not again! I alread put nearly $2000 and a year of spare time into this science project, I can get other nice running TO35's for less than that.

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03-21-2013 06:32:16

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 Re: TONY,TONY,TONY! in reply to Tony in Mass., 03-20-2013 15:34:16  
Not gonna second guess your decision as the 23c probably became a family member maybe a redheaded stepchild. Put it out in the cold with no cover against the elements or part it out and scatter it all across the nation but don't sell it all together or some arse like me will say all it needed was the pump timed properly.Do the surgery quick before the gremlins get into the intestinal tract.

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Tony in Mass.

03-21-2013 07:05:12

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 Re: TONY,TONY,TONY! in reply to 2tractors, 03-21-2013 06:32:16  
soooo.... when does your mosquito season start??? Maybe I can get into a rental business.... 'smoke screens are us!'
Georgia- about now. Western Ontario, a few weeks... Idaho forest fire drills, all summer... if hollywood ever does remakes of 'Sink the Bismark' or McHale's navy, I got smoke captain Binghamton won't see thru.... Diesel tech can store it all winter at his place, as part of his collection of oil burning oddities... hey maybe we will see it on travel channel's 'mysteries at the museum' show... now that would be cool...

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03-21-2013 18:08:05

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 Re: TONY,TONY,TONY! in reply to Tony in Mass., 03-21-2013 07:05:12  
Don't you dare bring that atracity down hare, its got germs or gremlins, just come on and enjoy a couple of weeks with no 23c dreams of "wat if i had tried this, or surely that would fix it or, or," any hoo springs a busting and if jawja ain't warm enough we'll haul arse down to Florida where all the bargain back arses reside!!!! No BULL

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03-21-2013 18:57:32

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 Re: TONY,TONY,TONY! in reply to 2tractors, 03-21-2013 18:08:05  
You are into cars and stuff.... how do I get an aftermarket cruise control into my E 150 campervan? The factory one is shot. I can't drive that far without cruise... especially hauling a trailer full of .... ops... almost let the cat out of the bag there.... Anyway, only thing I found on the web is J C Whitney. I never had good luck with that gang.

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03-22-2013 05:33:19

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 Re: TONY,TONY,TONY! in reply to Tony in Mass., 03-21-2013 18:57:32  
You could use a clothspin ha ha. Try summit racing or jegs.

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