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Engine Building on a '39 B (con't)

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Chris (OR)

10-24-2003 09:16:24




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The real question is on the rods... I have yet to see the point of the shims if I am going to be running the crap out of this tractor. (I will be mowing in front of the house for an hour or two a week for several months out of the year). I have also been told the modern bearings (Clevite or the like) are much harder than orginal. The shims seem like a micky mouse way to build the thing. Should I really use the shims on the rods or should I have the rods re-machined to round (right now they are about .006 shorter top to bottom)?

Has any one out there really used one of these tractors enough to need to pull a shim out?

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Chris Horn
Scappoose Oregon

P.S. I found what the problem is with my trying to post to this board. You can't use words shi* or even pis* (as in to take a leak.... ) It will reject your post and not tell you why....

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Dick L

10-24-2003 13:46:58




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 Re: Engine Building on a '39 B (con't) in reply to Chris (OR), 10-24-2003 09:16:24  
Just take the rods to where you had the block line bored and have them remachined to where the shims are not needed. I have had this done a two engines that I changed to a full pressure systems to oil the rods thru the crank rather than the spray on the rods from the cam.



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