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Duner Wi

03-12-2014 19:20:49
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If #16 is worn but to the point crank or block surfaces are damaged couldn't you break #16 out of there and use a flanged bearing like TO20??
If that would not work how about using Z134-Z145 mains that take trust off the center main. That has been discussed here but not certain if it works or not even tho I see at least one vendor that sells one main bearing set for Z120-129-134-145.




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Steve@Advance

03-12-2014 21:19:54
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 Re: Crank Timing Gear in reply to Duner Wi, 03-12-2014 19:20:49  
You know, I thought about that... Subing a TO20 front bearing. Never tried but looks like a maybe. Don't think a 134/145 center thrust would work, no thrust surface on the center journal of the crank.

Also wondering if removing the shim so the crank gear will go further back will allow the pulley to still tighten down. Might need to shim the front of the gear... Where does it all stop! By now I would be talking myself into pulling it out and fixing it right.

And... what are the consequences of running it with the crank shifted that far forward? What else is miss aligning? Rods binding? Starter drive hitting the front of the flywheel?

I hate guessing and short cuts!

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Duner Wi

03-13-2014 05:31:08
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 Re: Crank Timing Gear in reply to Steve@Advance, 03-12-2014 21:19:54  
I never tried it either but was sitting here thinking that it might work. After 60 years on these tractors you would think some one has been down this road before. I would not want the crank shifted forward more than a few thousands.



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