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Re: Need advice re ring/crank bearing replacement

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Ultradog MN

04-07-2013 12:53:09

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Careful now Mister B.
Mention low compression and or low oil pressure and the fellows here are gonna talk you straight into a $2000 engine rebuild - complete with crank grind, line bore, deck the block and mill the head.
I never understood that way of thinking since when you finish you'll have a tractor worth about $2500.
I say you are on the right track and can do a lot for a tired engine with a ring ridge ream, rings, rod bearings and a head and pan gasket. That'll get you on down the road for 10 more years or untill you discover an N isn't quite enough tractor and you move on to a lil bigger one.

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04-07-2013 14:03:24

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 Re: Need advice re ring/crank bearing replacement in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-07-2013 12:53:09  
UD, I would do that plus put new gears and a bushing in the oil pump. Its hard to know when to stop!

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04-08-2013 07:25:09

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 Re: Need advice re ring/crank bearing replacement in reply to HCooke, 04-07-2013 14:03:24  
If the oil pump upgraded from a 9/16" width gear to the 3/4" width gear the engine must be
"lined bored" and oversize manin crnakshaft bearings are then required.

The bearing cap must be replaced for the wider 3/4' oil pump gear.

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