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Worried about my baby wd's pressure and year.

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07-30-2002 20:05:23

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how many p.s.i should the pistons have with a compression tester in a wd allis chalmers? if im gona overhaul the engine i want to put new rigns in and hone the cylinder and rebuild the valves and put new berrings in the bottom end of the conecting rod what else should also be done during an engine overhaul thanks eveyone. P.s. how can i tell the year of her?

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07-31-2002 18:47:13

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 Re: worried about my baby wd's pressure and year. in reply to tractorman, 07-30-2002 20:05:23  
these engines are "wet sleeve". pull the liners and put new o-rings on them to stop future water leaks. clean the liners outside and the block walls inside to get old rust out while it is all apart.

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07-31-2002 06:06:15

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 Re: worried about my baby wd's pressure and year. in reply to tractorman, 07-30-2002 20:05:23  
First thing you do is replace the camshaft bushings. That is where the oil pressure starts. Second thing you do is replace the main bearings. They continue the oil pressure to the rods. Then replace the rod bearings. With a quality oil filter, the left over pressure will show up on your oil pressure gauge!!! Duey

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