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sHan

01-30-2003 12:11:39




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i just took out one of the main berrings and i cant till if anything is wrong it looks grey and doesent seem to have any scratches in it just a slight pollish look in line with the oil grove thats it here is a pict of it the light and dark spots are from the light thanks sHan

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Gordon in IN

01-31-2003 18:04:00




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 Re: need WDhelp please please please in reply to sHan, 01-30-2003 12:11:39  
Looks like you checked the center main bearing. I would suggest that you check the front main bearing and the rod bearings, especially number one and four. I have seen more failures in number one rod bearings than any other bearings in the WD and WC engines, may be just my "luck". Hope that you find your problem before it causes more trouble. Gordon in IN



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Scott

01-31-2003 13:13:10




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 Re: need WDhelp please please please in reply to sHan, 01-30-2003 12:11:39  
I'd also suggest checking the timing gears..... .deffinately!

Had my truck break off 2 teeth one time. Never knew it till I got off the interstate and she started HAMMERING! Back home, motor out, head off, pistons and rods out, and nothing wrong????? Standing there scratching my head, and the missing teeth just so happened to be visible through the timing cover..... That hole thing could have been fixed in the truck.

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sHan thanks for the help!!!!!

01-31-2003 06:48:21




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 Re: need WDhelp please please please in reply to sHan, 01-30-2003 12:11:39  
i will check it out better when it warms up outside a little all im running it at is an idle right now using it on a logsplitter every now and then..... thanks again sHan



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Delbert

01-31-2003 05:23:17




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 Re: need WDhelp please please please in reply to sHan, 01-30-2003 12:11:39  
Check timing gears for wear I have an m that had knock it was the timing gears. Everything else was ok.



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steve

01-30-2003 19:30:59




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 Re: need WDhelp please please please in reply to sHan, 01-30-2003 12:11:39  
check for piston wall slap, and bad wrist pins while you are down---one possibility



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Duey (IA)

01-30-2003 19:03:02




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 Re: need WDhelp please please please in reply to sHan, 01-30-2003 12:11:39  
sHan,
About that knock, if all of the bearings are OK check the torque on the flywheel mounting bolts. A loose flywheel will sound like a rod is bad. (don't ask how I know LOL)Duey



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Larry

01-30-2003 14:18:01




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 Re: need WDhelp please please please in reply to sHan, 01-30-2003 12:11:39  
If its worn bad it will show a copper color.



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sHan

01-30-2003 14:47:22




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 Re: Re: need WDhelp please please please in reply to Larry, 01-30-2003 14:18:01  
nope just plastigauge them all about0.0002 so thats good now i got to find where the nock is comming from oh well back to the drawing board thanks sHan



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Tom

01-30-2003 18:10:10




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 Re: Re: Re: need WDhelp please please please in reply to sHan, 01-30-2003 14:47:22  
You want .002, not .0002. That would be a little tight.



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sHan

01-31-2003 06:46:11




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: need WDhelp please please please in reply to Tom, 01-30-2003 18:10:10  
YOUR RIGHT THEY ARE .002 NOT .0002 GOT 1 TO MANY 0 THERE.....



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