They go in between the liners, and both blocks I have have similar cracks in similar aeras, except for the one I brought, It is cracked also in Right Front from liner to outside and about halfway down the block. So your suggestions is to remove the liners and see how far the crack goes down inside is that correct.
Re: !953 Fordson Major, cracks in between liners in reply to Robert Rengler, 07-19-2010 18:04:05
I usually look at this BB every day, but I've been busy and haven't been on here for a while.
The block with the crack that runs to the outside sounds like its probably junk. Pull the liners out of the other one and see how far down the cracks run. If they don't go through the o-ring grooves, its probably still usable.
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