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Ethan Chamberlain

02-19-2011 18:54:15

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my friend and i have been working on an SC case for a while now and are still having the same problems. The tractor will start and run, but will slow down and then lock up. We can leave it sit, and then it will start up again and do the same thing. We have checked the oil pump out, and it is working. The tractor appears to have been rebuilt by the previous owner. We cant figure out what it is. Any help is appreitated. Thanks

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Ethan Chamberlain

02-20-2011 11:44:02

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 Re: SC case in reply to Ethan Chamberlain, 02-19-2011 18:54:15  
We have pulled the pan and had everything apart. When we use the hand crank to turn it over, there is a definate hard spot where we have to really pull on the crank to get it to turn. The hard spot is still there with the pistons out of the block, the mains loosened up, all the pushrods pulled and the head off. So basically the only things left turning is the crank and the cam. I dont get it.

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John Saeli

02-21-2011 06:14:36

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 Re: SC case in reply to Ethan Chamberlain, 02-20-2011 11:44:02  
Is the clutch engaged or disengaged?

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j hekemper

02-20-2011 19:55:11

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 Re: SC case in reply to Ethan Chamberlain, 02-20-2011 11:44:02  
fast Work!... You mean you took the SC down Already ?...Strange that it is binding somewhere ? bent camm ????? .. can You pull it and see if it cranks easier ?

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C. Amick

02-20-2011 18:33:36

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 Re: SC case in reply to Ethan Chamberlain, 02-20-2011 11:44:02  
Could there be something caught between two gear teeth? Let us know if you are able to figure it out.

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02-20-2011 05:53:56

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 Re: SC case in reply to Ethan Chamberlain, 02-19-2011 18:54:15  
pull the head and remove #4 sleeve, it will be full of rust so it cant cool, i had one like that and that is what it was dctdom

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02-19-2011 20:34:56

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 Re: SC case in reply to Ethan Chamberlain, 02-19-2011 18:54:15  
I second pulling the pan and checking everything. It sounds like something is getting warm and expanding then locking up.

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j heitkemper

02-19-2011 19:31:22

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 Re: SC case in reply to Ethan Chamberlain, 02-19-2011 18:54:15  
hope OTHERS CHIME IN ...If You Remotely believe that the crank is locikin up ..DO NOT CRANK IT ANYMORE , do no more harm !!!... pull the pan , and One at a time check the main bearings by Plastic Guaging , then do the rod caps , And ABOVE ALL ,, PLEASE ASK Questions and Disregard any bad mouthers ,. We Are Learning From One another Here .the Only foolish Question Is from those who refuse to ask questions ...

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