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roy prins

08-24-2009 18:13:43




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when i got the la and ran it home it ran hot- so i looked in the rad. and it had a lot of rust in it-- took it out and cleaned it good and proper--put it back in -painted the thing up real nice-new tires ect.now it was time for a ride--the farther i went the hotter it got -till it steamed--felt the rad. and the only hot part was the top--i shut it off--the the water started to move on its own- restarted it and it cooled off-- took it for another spin --same thing-is the head cracked? head gasket out?the water seems to circulate until it starts to over heat! any case experts got any ideas on whats going on???

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Derrol Wells

08-30-2009 07:58:20




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 Re: la case in reply to roy prins, 08-24-2009 18:13:43  
Roy, those LA Case heads sometimes crack. The crack often does not go through to the water jacket and does not present a problem. In your case the crack seems to be reaching to the water when the pressure is on. The next step is to pull the cylinder head off. That head is a heavy chunk of iron. When everything is loose and off, pull the front plug and put a 2x4 and a bottle jack against that part of the head. Then use a large steel bar in the rear exhaust port with a 4x4 and jack, push up. Then get a 40 ton crane to lift it off. Have your local machine shop check it out. Have fun and enjoy your Case LA. -- Derrol in Texas

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