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210b head gasket questions

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Jas

08-07-2006 10:43:13




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The cheapest head gasket I found is right around $40 it would be great if I could find one or a couple much cheaper. I am not sure if replacing the head gasket will fix the water in oil problem so I am going to try that first and then torque it correctly and if this does not work I am going to have to have the block shaved since there is pitting on the top of the block. Any suggestions or cheaper priced head gaskets. Thanks

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Dennis/Ohio

08-08-2006 04:21:46




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 Re: 210b head gasket questions in reply to Jas, 08-07-2006 10:43:13  
From what I've learned on the forum: Pressurize the cooling system with the oil pan off. Probably has liner o-rings leaking.



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jas

08-08-2006 08:37:07




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 Re: 210b head gasket questions in reply to Dennis/Ohio, 08-08-2006 04:21:46  
Do you think that would be a take the engine out type of fix if it is the o-rings around the liner. Its funny because I just bought the tractor and it was claimed to be just rebuilt when actually I really think all they done was took the head off and maybe do a small head job.



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Dennis/Ohio

08-08-2006 19:46:54




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 Re: 210b head gasket questions in reply to jas, 08-08-2006 08:37:07  
I called them liners but I think the Case term is sleeve. I"m sure you can remove the sleeves without removing the engine. Personally I"d rather remove the engine and check everything. Best wishes, Dennis........



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jas

08-08-2006 21:33:44




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 Re: 210b head gasket questions in reply to Dennis/Ohio, 08-08-2006 19:46:54  
Appreciate the info, I know sleeves,liners,removeable cylinder bores, you could probably call them cylinder tubes I guess. I know the engine runs good just getting water in the oil. So I am hoping not to have to do too much more than I already have. I am probably going to try the head gasket first or I might try to slide the sleeves out first but I need to find out if the o rings are replaceable and for how much. Thanks a Bunch Jas

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