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sleeves for a 401 case

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Rick Inman

04-28-2004 21:13:07

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I need help!!! it's all tore down and now my case dealer says he can't find the sleeves. If anybody knows where I can get a set it would sure help! I think the bore is 4 inches and the flange is 4.372 thanks,Rick

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John Saeli

04-29-2004 04:23:47

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 Re: sleeves for a 401 case in reply to Rick Inman, 04-28-2004 21:13:07  
Hey Rick: Are you talking about a 401 engine, or 401 Tractor? Either way, sleeves are available. I might be able to help.

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Gene Dotson

04-29-2004 01:05:22

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 Re: sleeves for a 401 case in reply to Rick Inman, 04-28-2004 21:13:07  
Rick; The stock bore on the 401 engine is 4 1/8 inches. The 377 used 4 inch bore. Maybe you can find a set of 4 1/4 bore sleeves. Makes a big difference in power... Gene

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douglas boll

05-02-2004 06:25:05

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 Re: Re: sleeves for a 401 case in reply to Gene Dotson, 04-29-2004 01:05:22  
non super 401 tractors had a 4 inch bore (251ci) counter bores are different from the late 401 tractor with the 4.125 bore (267ci) early sleeves should be available from a GOOD Case dealer, late sets should be available aftermarket, I haven't found 4.125 bore sleeves for the early block without boring counter bores.

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05-07-2004 18:45:46

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 Re: Re: Re: sleeves for a 401 case in reply to douglas boll, 05-02-2004 06:25:05  
Douglas, Do you mean I can put super sleeves in a 251 if I bore the block? I can get super sets for $500 and 251 sets for $1400. It won't cost $900 to get the block bored. Also the 267 sets can be had in a 4.25 overbore. Also,are the piston pin diameter and the piston pin height the same? I appreciate any answers you can give me.Would I need 251 or 267 head gaskets?

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