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Re: No oil pressure Ford 5000

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Dave In Chattaroy

02-10-2013 09:16:39
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Showcrop, I must have missed that suggestion but let me ask the question because I'm not familiar with the plastiguage measuring.....if either the mains or the rods are out of tolerance, I'm still looking at a rebuild correct? at least on the lower end?

Ultradog, there was no oil in the radiator

The cavitation that you're refering to, I'm assuming that it would cause a comprimise in the blocks integrity? I guess the idea of fixing a hole in the block would probably drive me towards a fully remanufactured engine. I'm looking for some longevity for the amount of effort involved in the R&R of this engine!

Thanks guys.

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02-10-2013 10:24:51
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 Re: No oil pressure Ford 5000 in reply to Dave In Chattaroy, 02-10-2013 09:16:39  
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If you find one main is way out that tells you that all plus the rods are in need of replacement. You should be able to replace all except the rear main, (depending on the type of cap it has) from underneath without removing the motor or splitting. A split is required to do the rear main properly although it can be done without splitting with liberal application of RTV silicone. BTDT. This should get you many more years. If you find that the bearings are good you need to look deeper.

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