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7010 bad motor

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04-08-2004 07:26:52

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Hi all -

I have a 7010 that I bought with a weak motor. Well I'm Sad to say that it developed bad blow by and a hard knock on the first cylinder. I have been looking at a replacement motor out of a 8010 and wanted to know if this swap is possible. the man at the machine shop said it shouldnt be a problem. the overhaul kits are the same for the 7010 - 8010 my concern is the adapter plate and that it will bolt up. Also are there any good book on overhauling these engines -- the only one i can find seems to be for older tractors and does not cover the 70-80's technology.

Thank you folks in advance..



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04-12-2004 10:03:05

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 Re: 7010 bad motor in reply to Bill-TX, 04-08-2004 07:26:52  
The 7010 and 8010 should swap with no problem. They are the same model engine (649T). I'm not sure if the adapter plate is the same (I think it is), but you could use the old one. What are your plans for the old engine?

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04-15-2004 05:59:14

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 Re: Re: 7010 bad motor in reply to JOE(TX), 04-12-2004 10:03:05  
Im going to have it rebuilt and wrapped for later use.. would be a good thing to learn on. If that should change I will let you know.

Thanks for the info Joe


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Loon Yi

04-08-2004 19:43:45

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 Re: 7010 bad motor in reply to Bill-TX, 04-08-2004 07:26:52  
Dont know about a book strictly on rebuilds, I wish I did, but this site sells video's on rebuilding older tractors. I am considering getting one myself. I do know of a diesel reference text "Diesel Engine Reference Book" published by Butterworths (not Mrs. LOL) in 1984. Have done work on marine diesels but not a complete overhaul by myself. I worry more about forgetting something stupid and or doing things the bass-ackwards hard way. If would just do the rebuild on the engine you have, if that doesnt work out, then go on to change out the engine. The Allis Chalmers Service and parts manuals should provide enough to get by on. They are also available on this site and appeat frequently on ebay. Some "shill" always cranks the price on something I want up too high, if I miss something then it goes cheap.
Good luck

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