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John Deere 730 Diesel Block

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11-08-2011 15:33:50

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Hello, Im new to this forum but have been reading a lot before, I just received a 1959 John Deere 730 Diesel With the Pony Motor, It starts Runs and Drives Fine but there is a constant drip from the block area, then when I shut if off it drips what appears to be coolant for about 10 minutes then stops, I cleaned the grease off the block and found what appears to be a weld of some sort (picture Link Below), can this be the source and is this repairable or do I need to get a new block,

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11-08-2011 20:26:13

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 Re: John Deere 730 Diesel Block in reply to wmaburnett, 11-08-2011 15:33:50  
I would ask around your community for the person who really does know what he is doing with welding cracks in cast iron.
The other question is whether there is any evidence the block is cracked on the inside and affecting the cooling system.
Replacing the block will be a costly (time & materials) option, and a good welder may be helpful in making the decision to replace or not.

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J.D.Unstyled Farm

11-08-2011 17:24:17

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 Re: John Deere 730 Diesel Block in reply to wmaburnett, 11-08-2011 15:33:50  
I have a NOS 730 Diesel Block i might part with.

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