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darin in sk

02-02-2015 19:29:47

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Does anyone know where I could find a pair of gas heads for a 770? Bought a tractor that had cracked heads and the previous owner left them at the engine shop for so long that they tossed them out. We bought it to part out but there aren't many of them and I'd hate to wreck it. Thanks, Darin

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darin in sk

02-11-2015 20:33:27

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 Re: 770 gas heads in reply to darin in sk, 02-02-2015 19:29:47  
Thanks everyone for the leads, we did locate a couple heads near home, if these fall through, I'll get in touch. Darin

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02-07-2015 09:49:08

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 Re: 770 gas heads in reply to darin in sk, 02-02-2015 19:29:47  
We have heads from a 770 gasser, 920 295 3278, Dale and Doug, riverdalefarmshop.com

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02-04-2015 11:44:44

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 Re: 770 gas heads in reply to darin in sk, 02-02-2015 19:29:47  
Can 730 heads be used? At least then it wouldn't like looking for hens teeth.

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02-04-2015 15:44:30

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 Re: 770 gas heads in reply to RGMartin, 02-04-2015 11:44:44  
RG, That is an excellent question and a search of Caseih parts online shows only the 18 bolts on the gas engine vs 20 on the diesel.

That would probably be the same pattern as the 30 series had.

Probably would bump the compression up a bit as well.

One word of warning, I had repeat head gasket failures with the OEM supplied gaskets and found the sealing at the counterbore area was to large, I went aftermarket and got ones that hugged the step on the sleeve better and have had no further problems.

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02-04-2015 11:06:50

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 Re: 770 gas heads in reply to darin in sk, 02-02-2015 19:29:47  
Certainly try Elmer's Repair in Centralia, KS. You can do a web search for the number. Bob

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02-04-2015 09:12:59

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 Re: 770 gas heads in reply to darin in sk, 02-02-2015 19:29:47  
try Jim Hess at Hess Brothers in Foraker, IN

He used to have a 770 (I think. maybe 870??) gaser sitting there a couple 4ish years ago. He does sell parts.

You could look for the elusive 970 gaser that would have the same heads.

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