Posted by DarylC on January 30, 2008 at 07:36:36 from (220.127.116.11):
Thanks for taking the time to read this, I've got a Case backhoe with a 207 diesel engine that was leaking coolant into the engine oil. I pulled the pan and could see coolant coming from between piston and sleeve on #2, so I pulled the head. One top of each of the sleeves, you could see a shiny ring where the metal "fire ring" in the head gasket had sealed to the sleeve, with the exception of about a 1 inch long area on sleeve #2 where the coolant was leaking in. There is a small amount of pitting in this area. Enough that I'm worried about a new headgasket being able to seal it off. Is there any solution to this, except re-sleeving the engine? Are there any type of silicon sealants, JB weld, etc. that someone out there has used to fix this type of problem? Any help would be much appreciated! Daryl
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