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Re: Common crack 770 ?

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J. Schwiebert

05-19-2013 10:44:03

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It has been froze!. We had a few of them in years past. Take the pan off and see if there are cracks in the bottom the block between cylinders 1 & 2, 3 & 4, & 5 & 6. If not use the pinning process and you will be fine. More questions? J.

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05-19-2013 11:23:09

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 Re: Common crack 770 ? in reply to J. Schwiebert, 05-19-2013 10:44:03  
what is the pinning process?

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welding man

05-19-2013 12:24:24

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 Re: Common crack 770 ? in reply to Mjfarms65, 05-19-2013 11:23:09  
Google Lock-N-Stitch. Not a cheap repair but a very good one. I've done several blocks.Never had a comeback.

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J. Schwiebert

05-19-2013 16:19:20

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 Re: Common crack 770 ? in reply to welding man, 05-19-2013 12:24:24  
I have used it as well as the IRONTITE pins. Less money invested with the Irontite. If their #327 pins will do it all you need is some drill bits and a 1/8 inch pipe tap .Mjfarms, why not check it out first. Questions post your e-mail J.

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05-19-2013 14:56:36

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 Re: Common crack 770 ? in reply to welding man, 05-19-2013 12:24:24  
yep googled it and I think it's done. Motor has 5000hrs on it . I've never heard it run. Think I may part out the engine if I can swipe a 88 engine from my buddy. If not the whole tractor may part out..shame it kill a 3 digit diesel. Has dual hyd. Factory 3pt and power steering. Thanx..

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05-19-2013 19:16:45

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 Re: Common crack 770 ? in reply to Mjfarms65, 05-19-2013 14:56:36  
I think that's smart. I've got an 880 that cracked like that from being frozen. Had the head checked out and it was supposedly good. Periodically when I start it, I'll get sprayed with wet black gunk so I suspect there is a crack somewhere in the head. Rebuilds cost too much to risk things not being right when you know right off the bat there is a risk of something being cracked.

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