Re: Oil Sump (pan) Need Super Major
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Will stop by welding shop this afternoon. Welding cast is not hard just some very specific steps to take and I do not have the equipment to accomplish it.
Must be heated and kept heated while welding. Stick best, I only have wire feed, and wire feed cast wire cost more than the tractor!
I have had this shop do a lot of aluminum turbo mounts for me in the past and they are good at it. I know they have done cast engine blocks so I am hopeful.
My other thought is WHY, why did it crack right dead center from where the seal mounts to about 3" back/
I bought the tractor siting, not run in several years. Maybe that's why it got parked, big ole oil leak!
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