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William Fissell

01-06-2018 11:01:52




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Well, now I know




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bruce caum

01-08-2018 15:23:53




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 Re: That'll buff right out in reply to William Fissell, 01-06-2018 11:01:52  
dont know where you are but i have a engine that has cracked block bad cam and gov.had engine running no noises.would be willing to sell .i am in central pa.



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William Fissell

01-09-2018 19:47:02




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 Re: That'll buff right out in reply to bruce caum, 01-08-2018 15:23:53  
thansk! Let me see what the shop says after looking at the crank and the block. I am in Nashville, TN



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John Deere D

01-07-2018 16:27:39




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 Re: That'll buff right out in reply to William Fissell, 01-06-2018 11:01:52  

Bearing CRUSH is something there was NONE of on a MF 88 on several of the Connecting rods after the engine operated with little or NO OIL PSI. The same on one of the MAIN bearing block BORES:

Bearing CRUSH is Important:


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cdmn

01-06-2018 16:43:00




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 Re: That'll buff right out in reply to William Fissell, 01-06-2018 11:01:52  
In my opinion, that is a terrible way to hold the gear to the shaft. How could you have gotten oil flow out the line if it was locked up so bad? How bad is the crank? At least it didn't wear through the babbit on the bearing shell.



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William Fissell

01-06-2018 17:53:48




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 Re: That'll buff right out in reply to cdmn, 01-06-2018 16:43:00  
the crank is in bad shape but may be salvageable. #4 connecting rod the bearing shell was toast. Crank will need turned.



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miner09

01-07-2018 05:58:24




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 Re: That'll buff right out in reply to William Fissell, 01-06-2018 17:53:48  
Don't know what you paid for tractor. You may just think about using it for parts and find another one. You can get more in it than it's worth. Be costly rebuilding engine and clutch even if you do it yourself.



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William Fissell

01-07-2018 07:26:39




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 Re: That'll buff right out in reply to miner09, 01-07-2018 05:58:24  
yeah thought about it, will rebuild myself and then Ill have one I know is good. I'll sell something else. Even at a $800 in parts and a few hundred in machine shop time I could still sell and come out ahead.



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miner09

01-06-2018 16:08:31




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 Re: That'll buff right out in reply to William Fissell, 01-06-2018 11:01:52  
Bearing looks to have had dirt in oil. Has oil been changed regularly. What do you think made oil pump gear to break.



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William Fissell

01-06-2018 17:55:44




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 Re: That'll buff right out in reply to miner09, 01-06-2018 16:08:31  
Dont know and dont know. I got it as a tractor with an awful noise- I never ran it but once to start it hear the awful noise and stop. The pistons were loose in the sleeves - you could wiggle 'em wiht your fingertip. #1 con rod cap was actually loose on the crank.



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Bruce(OR)

01-06-2018 14:59:52




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 Re: That'll buff right out in reply to William Fissell, 01-06-2018 11:01:52  
ebay has your crank for $200



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William Fissell

01-06-2018 17:56:40




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 Re: That'll buff right out in reply to Bruce(OR), 01-06-2018 14:59:52  
thanks! I will look.

I also need a clutch... the plate was shattered. The flywheel doesnt look great either.



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Bruce(OR)

01-07-2018 14:15:14




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 Re: That'll buff right out in reply to William Fissell, 01-06-2018 17:56:40  
New clutch material no longer has copper in it. More steel and a better chance to rust to the flywheel. You can then either block the clutch down with a 2X4 or hold in place with a "C"clamp. Either way to keep it open while parked or stuff in a Kevlar clutch disc.
Chances are also good you have some hot spots in that flywheel. Good for a trip to the machine shop.



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William Fissell

01-07-2018 16:50:40




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 Re: That'll buff right out in reply to Bruce(OR), 01-07-2018 14:15:14  
Yup!



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Bob

01-06-2018 11:08:31




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 Re: That'll buff right out in reply to William Fissell, 01-06-2018 11:01:52  
Was it started with frozen water in the pump or did it pick up a chunk of debris?



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William Fissell

01-06-2018 14:08:13




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 Re: That'll buff right out in reply to Bob, 01-06-2018 11:08:31  
I think the latter. but its a horror show and then some underneath. Crank is badly hurt.



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