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Case 15-27 crossmotor camshaft removal

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johninutah

04-23-2009 11:49:27




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WE HAVE A CASE 15-27 CROSSMOTOR WE ARE DISASSEMBLING FOR OVERHAUL. THE CAMSHAFT IS TESTING OUR HUMOR. LIFTERS ARE OUT OF THE WAY BUT THERE IS A BEARING IN THE MIDDLE WITH FOUR SCREWS HOLDING IT IN. THE FOUR SCREWS HAVE THE HEADS POINTING TOWARD THE TOP OF THE BLOCK AND ARE NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE TO REMOVE. AFTER GETTING THEM OUT THE WHOLE BEARING MOVES A TINY BIT UP BUT WILL NOT SLIDE UP. THE BOOK DOES NOT EVEN MENTION THE CAMSHAFT. IF SOMEBODY HAS BEEN THERE BEFORE COULD YOU CLUE US IN? SORRY FOR THE CAPS LOCK. THANKS JOHN

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Bobcat

04-23-2009 17:01:31




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 Re: Case 15-27 crossmotor camshaft removal in reply to johninutah, 04-23-2009 11:49:27  
John- Slow down and do not remove the center support bearing assembly from the camshaft itself. It would be very difficult to repour the babbit in that bearing and locate it correctly!
Now that you know that put the 4 bolts back in place. That center support will slide out the side along with the camshaft if you remove the bolt on the front outside of the block that correstponds with that support bearing. The rest of the bolts on the front of the block hold the lifter bores in place.
If you can move the support at all you should now be able to tap it sideways and out along with the camshaft!
I have rebuilt a 12-20 and I am pretty sure the 15-27 is the exact same design.
Good luck with your rebuild!

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johninutah

04-24-2009 17:35:09




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 Re: Case 15-27 crossmotor camshaft removal in reply to Bobcat, 04-23-2009 17:01:31  
Bob, Thanks, you were right and I got that puppy out with no damage. I'll probably be back with other questions in the future.



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