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Tim in New York

07-03-2014 16:19:48

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Went back to look at the rusty B with the 2 way plows more closely. Found I could see nothing in the radiator and the oil on the dipstick had a distinct green tinge to it. So I can guess where the coolant probably is.

We never had to do any engine work on our B when I was a kid. Is there any one thing most likely to cause this with a B?



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07-03-2014 18:47:00

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 Re: B with Green Oil in reply to Tim in New York, 07-03-2014 16:19:48  
There is 2 or 3 things that can cause that. Head gasket, or sleeve O-ring. Do not remember if there is any freeze plugs in the head under the valve cover but if there are those can do it also

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Ted in NE-OH

07-03-2014 18:45:21

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 Re: B with Green Oil in reply to Tim in New York, 07-03-2014 16:19:48  
Freeze plugs in top of head , easy fix.

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07-03-2014 17:04:46

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 Re: B with Green Oil in reply to Tim in New York, 07-03-2014 16:19:48  
O ring failure at the bottom of the cyl liners. Major surgery.

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Tim in New York

07-03-2014 19:53:57

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 Re: B with Green Oil in reply to JMS/.MN, 07-03-2014 17:04:46  
Thanks for the responses. Will see how much the guy is asking, of maybe just see what it goes for at the auction.


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