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Re: Wristpin 60

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J. Schwiebert

02-24-2013 13:26:04

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Well I am sure you have heard of later Oliver engines that used the 2 wrist pin bushings per rod working out and causing major problems. The 60 used the same set up. With that being said the man I am helping son is redoing a 60 engine as we speak. The machine shop installed new bushings and honed them to fit. It now has one piece bushings. Now in reguard to the wrist pins, he could use his old ones. I don't have my book handy to check pin diameter, but a lot of engines used common pin sizes. I can check after while and then I don't know if it will cross over to a pin that is still available but I can get you some numbers. My 2 cents worth. J.

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Bob Frazier

02-24-2013 17:16:03

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 Re: Wristpin 60 in reply to J. Schwiebert, 02-24-2013 13:26:04  
Thanks for your suggestion and help , am learning as i go on this tractor. Did a valve job on it and then heard this knock noise . Has plenty of oil pressure, so will probably check mains and rods while I'am in there. Bob F

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02-24-2013 19:28:13

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 Re: Wristpin 60 in reply to Bob Frazier, 02-24-2013 17:16:03  
Remember oil pressure is not affected by rod brg.clearance,Also you may want to catch all those shims when you take the rod cap off.

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J. Schwiebert

02-24-2013 17:27:17

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 Re: Wristpin 60 in reply to Bob Frazier, 02-24-2013 17:16:03  
Well I did look and standard pin size on a 60 is .875 which is a common size. In fact when I did this machine work for a living we even had .003 & .005 oversize pins available. Without looking I think the little 8N Ford engines also used an .875 pin. Parts for those engine are plentiful. I should measure one of the extra rods we have laying around and make a note of the bore in the eye of the rod. J.

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