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Re: TimS I found 4230 problem

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04-02-2013 16:12:27

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It's possible that the oil port was not lined up, Darn it...

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04-02-2013 19:49:49

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 Re: TimS I found 4230 problem in reply to Tim S, 04-02-2013 16:12:27  
The friend that I got my parts from said he had the problem with 3020 and he thinks it is a parts company problem.He is going to check into it and try to make them pay for the parts.We had to cut the new camshaft in half to get it out.The shop that put the bearings in is run by one fellow who is very good so I doubt the oil hole was out of line but there is no way of knowing now.The engine turned over today as we tore it down so it is hard to believe it got tight enough to stall the engine last nite but it did.We are going to put a new cam and bearings in it as well as new pushrods and are also replacing all rocker arms and the tube they mount on.We also are going to put new pistons in it as you can see where they hit the valves.The head gets new valves as well.We got some dirt in it tearing it down so we are going to pull the crank and reclean everything up again.We are also geting a new gear for the crankshaft.Thanks for your ideas and calling back tonite. Tom

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