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D-10 rebuild

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Raymond Ervin

06-28-2008 07:06:24

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I've got a friend who talked me into helping his brother with their dad's old D-10. This thing was locked up due to water going down the exhaust pipe. I've had the head reworked with all new valves and seats. I still need to pull the pan and check the bottom end. This thing is already drained down. I've got it unstuck and cleaned up. I still have to find or fix the rear rockershaft pedistal. I'm having a hard time finding torque specs for this thing. I know there were two different size engines, I am repairing the smaller of the two. If anyone can give me any info on some good used parts and some torque specs, I would really appreciate it. When I get done with this one I have an old farmall I will be looking for a new lower radiator tank for. The one where the sterring shaft goes to it.Thats another story though. Thanks for the help!

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Jerry Coulter

06-29-2008 15:03:03

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 Re: D-10 rebuild in reply to Raymond Ervin, 06-28-2008 07:06:24  
The service manual indicates only the 139 CID engine was used. Head bolts take 80 - 85 ft lbs torque. Rocker arm support nut 20 - 25 ft lbs, valve cover nut 20 - 30 INCH lbs. There are 2 pages of torque specs, ask for any additional you need, or I'll mail you a copy of the 2 pages.

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