Posted by K. Peters on January 02, 2013 at 12:16:12 from (126.96.36.199):
This past fall while my brother was plowing something happened to the engine in my 1850. When I returned to the farm I noticed he parked it in the shed with the plow raised, so I went in and started the tractor to lower the plow and immediately noticed the engine had a miss. Regardless of what went wrong I'm thinking it's time to do a complete overhaul (~5000 hrs.) My question is should I perform a complete overhaul on the engine I have? or figure out what failed and just replace the parts I need. I've read on here it's popular to swap in an engine out of a combine, for the right price I would consider that also. engine no. stamped by fuel pump - 354U64443 tractor ser. no. - 205-925-557 model no. - 385-22582 I really like this tractor so one way or another it will farm again. Thank you
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