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$9.98 Motor Overhaul Follow-up

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05-18-1999 11:37:18

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Well, I got about 4 hours out of my 8N this
weekend, before the latest break down occured.
When running I noticed that steam was starting
to come out of somewhere by the bottom of the
radiator. So I shut it down, let it cool off
and opened up the radiator cap. Lo and behold,
there was no water, plus there were signs of
oil in the radiator. I added water and tried
to re-start, without any luck. After checking
a few things, I noticed that there was water
running out of the carb intake. Starting was impossible. I'm hoping its just a blown head
gasket, and not a cracked block.

I had some time to take the head off last night,
and man oh man, what an oily, wet, cruded up
sight... no wonder it bearly ran. I'll probably
end up pulling the whole block out and doing a
real rebuild on the motor. The head gasket looked
to be in bad shape, but I can't say for sure
that it was blown.

My next feat will be to try and get that block out
of there -- I'm hoping its not too hard, as I
still have the front end loader on. I don't really want to take that monster off too. A
cherry picker isn't tall enough to lift it over
the loader frame rails, so I might try sliding
it out from below on its side, after lowering
it with a come-along.

PS. pushing the beast back into my garage was
no fun while my wife (tried) steered. Luckily,
I was able to use my truck to pull it out of
the woods.

All for now,

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05-19-1999 04:09:58

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 Re: $9.98 Motor Overhaul Follow-up in reply to Bob, 05-18-1999 11:37:18  
I'm sorry to hear it broke down like that. As a request though, as you do tear it down, I'd appreciate hearing what you find when it comes to the pistons, rings and cylinder walls. Since these are the things that are going to be most affected by these pellets. I'm very curious to hear if they've binded the rings, made a balled up mess around the piston on top of the compression ring, smeared themselves all over the walls, etc.

Condolences again for the tractor, and the pain your wallet is about to go through.

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we'll never know now..........Dell (WA)

05-18-1999 17:06:05

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 Re: $9.98 Motor Overhaul Follow-up in reply to Bob, 05-18-1999 11:37:18  
Bob......Sorry, fall came before summer this year.

Since N-tractors don't have "frames", (the engine is the frame) I'm afraid you will have to bite the bullet and dismount the front end loader to even get to the engine. Spliting the tractor requires access.

The good news is that N-engines are eazy to work on (once you get to them) and parts are relatively eazy to get and pay for. And your N-tractor will be worth more than it is right now. (grin)

Good Luck and Success on your rebuild efforts.....Dell

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05-18-1999 11:44:38

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 Re: $9.98 Motor Overhaul Follow-up in reply to Bob, 05-18-1999 11:37:18  

Sorry to hear about your bad luck Bob.
About the cherry-picker, I had a guy change the motor in my dump with one & it worked out fine. Top of grill is about 5' but it cleared OK. There may be different size's though.
Good luck w/ it & thanks for the follow-up.

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