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critical 210

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06-24-2008 22:05:47

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First a little background info. I was putting a 210 back into service after a 3 year sleep. When I went to get the tractor the oil cap was missing. I changed the oil and flushed out the oil pan with diesel. Long story short I got it running for a while.....While joy riding with the kido's the tractor started to load up and then died. Almost locked up. If you try to turn it over it lets out this high pitched squeel like steal on steal. My first thought is a spun bearing but would it squeel like that? Questions:1. Will the oil pan clear the front suspension and come off for a looksee 2. If not a spun bearing any other ideas? 3.What is involved in rebuilding a turbo thats leaking too.

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06-26-2008 19:09:51

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 Re: critical 210 in reply to Showgood1, 06-24-2008 22:05:47  
Can the oil pan be removed without removing the front end?

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06-25-2008 08:40:28

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 Re: critical 210 in reply to Showgood1, 06-24-2008 22:05:47  
I would pull the head off and see if there is any scoring on the pistons and sleeves, i would also check the cam shaft bearings, yes it could be a spun bearing, it would check everything, and your better off buying a new turbo, new ones can run about $500

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