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03-09-1999 12:12:48

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Reuilding a D17 series iv engine (diesel) Cylinder head is badly cracked. What are the chances of finding a good used head. Nothing here in southern Ontario.

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Brian P.

03-11-1999 17:01:46

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 Re: D17 in reply to Elmer, 03-09-1999 12:12:48  
Elmer, I have a rebuilt WD 45 Diesel head that I will sell for $475. It has been bead blasted, pressure checked ok, guilds knerled, valves and seats ground and surfaced, ready to install. I am pretty sure a WD 45 and D-17 diesel heads are the same. Let me know if I can help. Thanks, Brian, Ohio.

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Gordon Chance

03-09-1999 15:30:02

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 Re: D17 in reply to Elmer, 03-09-1999 12:12:48  
Elmer: Where are the cracks in the head? If they are around the energy cell, it is a common occurence on this style cylinder head. If this is the case, take the cylinder head to a machine shop that does head work and have them pressure check the head. If they find no leaks then have them recondition the valves and plane the surface of the head if necessary. Reinstall the head and you should have no problems. Of course if they find a leak then that is a different story. I hope that this information helps you. Gordon

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