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Re: John Deere 400 K532 20hp with rod knocking

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02-22-2014 20:59:11

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Think I'd start with a teardown and see what's salvageable. Lots of good used parts on Ebay.

Unless it's really trashed, this would be your most economical route, and keep it original!

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jack in michigan

02-23-2014 00:17:33

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 Re: John Deere 400 K532 20hp with rod knocking in reply to Steve@Advance, 02-22-2014 20:59:11  
Steve, That was the plan, but a friend of mine who was helping me dismantle the engine put a severe ding on the crankshaft. The machine shop that I use said they could fix it but it would be cheaper to find another one plus they wouldn't guarantee the work. And another crankshaft would just add to my overall costs. Jack

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El Toro

02-24-2014 06:42:56

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 Re: John Deere 400 K532 20hp with rod knocking in reply to jack in michigan, 02-23-2014 00:17:33  
You may be better off to buy a short block. I did that on a JD 140 tractor. You would need the spec number. It cost $300.00 back then in 1981. Hal

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