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dwayneet

02-02-2007 16:06:47




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looking for oversize rod and main bearings for a 1945 sc




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C. Amick

02-03-2007 16:55:48




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 Re: case sc engine bearings in reply to dwayneet, 02-02-2007 16:06:47  
The only source that I know of the the main bearings are the remanufactured ones from Don L. (manifold@smig.net or 507-433-0073 mornings in MN). He will want your old main bearings on trade. He may also have the rod bearings. They are available from a number of different sources. Email me if you want a list.



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L.Lamp

02-04-2007 11:31:14




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 Re: case sc engine bearings in reply to C. Amick, 02-03-2007 16:55:48  
I would be interested in the list of rod bearing sources. The Federal Mogul bearings are pricy, but what can you do? I have about 3 SC's to do yet. When I get done with them they can be used as hard as any new one that left the factory 50 or 60 years ago. I get a lot of satisfaction in taking a stuck old engine and carcus and making them perform like new.



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C. Amick

02-04-2007 12:44:45




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 Re: case sc engine bearings in reply to L.Lamp, 02-04-2007 11:31:14  
Restoration Supply has SC rod bearings for $89.00/set.



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L.Lamp

02-02-2007 22:51:25




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 Re: case sc engine bearings in reply to dwayneet, 02-02-2007 16:06:47  
You can have your old main shells remanufactured to any size you want. I have been sending my shells to Don Livingston in Austin MN. He has new rod bearings and sleeve sets also. The early SC's were 3 1/2" bore with cast iron pistons. Case made an aftermarket sleeve and piston set for pre '52 model year tractors that were 3 5/8" with aluminum pistons. The '52,'53,and '54 models came from the factory with 3 5/8' bore. There were some after market overhaul sets made by a few companies that were 3 11/16". Hastings has rings for all three sizes. Rod bearings can be found through CarQuest parts stores. They are Federal Mogul. The part numbers are 1370SB 30 for .030, under 1370SB 20 for .020 under and 1370SB 10 for .010 under. I haven't seen an SC yet that wasn't in need of a crankshaft turning. I have an SE engine unit that may be an exception if it hasn't rusted up inside. Good luck!!

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54SCman

02-02-2007 20:25:44




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 Re: case sc engine bearings in reply to dwayneet, 02-02-2007 16:06:47  
I found standard rod bearings from a Case IH dealer. We never did find a source for mains. You have to measure your bore if you are reringing the engine because there is several bores including an overbore that has oversize rings listed. If you find mains let me know



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