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1030 engine

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06-14-2014 12:06:10

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Helped a neighbor replace the cracked block in his 1030. Found the crack in the upper counter bore of a cylinder when we were refinishing the counter bores. It could probably be fixed (expensive?). He intends to haul it to a scrapper next week unless someone is interested in it.

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06-15-2014 17:35:28

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 Re: 1030 engine in reply to nna, 06-14-2014 12:06:10  
Cracks in counter bores are common and nothing to worry about after truing up. A major machine shop like Abraham's Mach., Davenport Iowa could replace counter bore.

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george md

06-15-2014 18:19:09

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 Re: 1030 engine in reply to dwag, 06-15-2014 17:35:28  
The shop that builds the counterbore repairs

says DO NOT do it , the deck is not thick

enough to put the repair in. I put repairs

in many other engines ,but not those.


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John Saeli

06-14-2014 18:47:41

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 Re: 1030 engine in reply to nna, 06-14-2014 12:06:10  
I too found a crack in the upper counterbore of a 1030 block. I made vertical supports out of cast iron & tapped them in place under the lower lip of the counterbore. They extend from the lower edge of the upper counterbore down to the top of the lower counterbore. I am confident it will work. Still re-building it. Don't let him scrap that block!!

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06-14-2014 16:50:02

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 Re: 1030 engine in reply to nna, 06-14-2014 12:06:10  
Where is the tractor located if the guy wants to scrap it?

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06-15-2014 06:18:44

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 Re: 1030 engine in reply to PaulD, 06-14-2014 16:50:02  
The block is in Illinois.

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