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Fordson Tractors Discussion Forum

Re: valve spring retainer collars

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Mike Farmer

11-14-2010 05:07:40
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Hi. I've been trying to come up with an answer to this but I'm a bit confused. Which valve inlet/exhaust do you need collets for.
My book(and experience) gives two different types for the exhaust valves but only one for the inlet. Your exhaust valves should have a single wide groove but the grooves are a diferent shape. Only the new type is available as replacement. So if you are replacing old type exhaust valves check the grooves against the new ones and you will see that you need new(diferent) retainers, colletts and rotator caps.
Part no's Rotator.........DDN-6550-B Retainer........DDN-6514-B Colletts........DDN-6518-B
If by chance you have a set of old type valves(very unlikely but they are available from Agriline) your old parts should be perfectly OK.
If you are talking about the inlet valves; to my knowledge they are all the same and the old colletts should be perfectly OK.
A thought here, as far as I know Fordson never used the same type of colletts/retainers on both inlet and exhaust valves, so I dont fully understand when you say "the same do-nut type on both etc"
Hope this helps and that I don't sound tooooooooo smart-donkey. Since I started this I have checked with Agriline and they show a good pic of all three valves. Their part No's Ex7165&7165A In7166 but they do not list colletts etc seperatly, however I'm sure if you contact them on their site they will have what you need. Just go to www.agrilineproducts.com phone your uk code 1527-579111. If you are stuck come back to me and I will dig around and try to source the bits you need. MTF

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