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Crack in block

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02-29-2004 16:08:59

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while painting my allis B I came across an uneven spot in the block.It apeared that someone had tried to fill this with epoxy.I scraped it all off and preped and painted the engine.Today i pulled the tractor outside to work on it and noticed oil coming out of that crack,I still have oil presure and the tractor runs fine.Can I just weld this from the outside? Any and all help with this problem will be greatly appretiated.The crack runs horizonal behind the carb. about 12 inches long.

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02-29-2004 18:11:38

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 Re: Crack in block in reply to JEREMY, 02-29-2004 16:08:59  
that sounds like it is a crack at the bottom of the water jacket. I am not sure where the B engine blocks crack, but the larger W 201 engines used in WCs, WDs, WD45s, etc, crack there if frozen. You may be able to weld it, or do another epoxy repair. How about putting a on with a series of small screws using maybe 1/8" steel and #10 screws and some silicone gasker maker? Clean area well and it should work.

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