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900b leaking compression into radiator

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DIVAD

11-22-2006 08:14:17




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I have a 900b that suddenly started leaking compression into the coolant system--big time.How do I determine which head? There's three of them.Hopefuly its a head gasket-where can I purchase them?? Thanx.




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caseman-d

11-22-2006 14:45:15




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 Re: 900b leaking compression into radiator in reply to DIVAD, 11-22-2006 08:14:17  
Head gaskets sets are still available from Case. I think you can still get indivual head gaskets. I recommend using the Case head gaskets as I have been informed by a couple of original Case dealers they had better luck with them. Opions due very on this. You may want to double check the head casting numbers to make sure there all the same. How if you want to increase your power find 3 800 heads and put on there.
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Thad

11-22-2006 10:22:10




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 Re: 900b leaking compression into radiator in reply to DIVAD, 11-22-2006 08:14:17  
As far as telling which head i always take the water manifold off. Then fill the block up flush to the top of the heads. Then just crank the motor over or start it. Generaly the water will push out or bubble out of the suspect head. Hope this helps Thad



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c hess

11-22-2006 09:15:34




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 Re: 900b leaking compression into radiator in reply to DIVAD, 11-22-2006 08:14:17  
John Salei OR ANY Case dealer should have them. Dont know your situation as to how much you use tractor an time since last overhaul if any.but if a long time an you use tractor i would pull all cylinders an replace at least o rings on them.nOT WHAT YOU WANT TO HEAR . First you need to find leak an than go from there. Also there are other places such as napa that have some gaskets but alwavs better to use genuine stuff. You can also go to cnh.com an look up parts on computer.

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c hess

11-22-2006 08:47:02




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 Re: 900b leaking compression into radiator in reply to DIVAD, 11-22-2006 08:14:17  
Get it to you shop an since you will have to remove both manifolds anyway remove them an you can run engine at idle.You might see a indication on exhaust ports of water if it is getting into cylinder. Could be headgasket as you said or cracked head or hole in cylinder sleve. Let us know



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