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Dave Fullmer(W.TN)

06-29-2006 19:42:12




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I"m looking for a source of parts for my mid 40"s SC. Before I start buying much, I"m wondering where I might find a engine block. The carb is also missing. Everything else seems to be intact but the block has 2 diagional cracks for the middle of the top to both ends and one horizontal crack just above the start of the bulge for the bottem of the engine.

There is a shop nearby called Cast Iron Welding who has done a good job on one of my AC tractors, but the side of this block looks awfully intimidating.

Dave

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C. Amick

07-03-2006 09:57:43




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 Re: SC Case Parts in reply to Dave Fullmer(W.TN), 06-29-2006 19:42:12  
Here's one on Ebay. Click on link below.



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Dave Fullmer(W.TN)

07-03-2006 15:59:47




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 Re: SC Case Parts in reply to C. Amick, 07-03-2006 09:57:43  
Thanks C.
I missed this one. I looked through the listings but totally missed it. I have emailed him for shipping costs before bidding.



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L.Lamp

07-01-2006 21:58:45




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 Re: SC Case Parts in reply to Dave Fullmer(W.TN), 06-29-2006 19:42:12  
Before anyone considers welding one of the SC blocks, make sure you look it over very good. They can also crack on the valve gallery side and that is much harder to get to. You are better off with a used block that has no cracks or welds.



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Camboted

06-30-2006 04:59:51




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 Re: SC Case Parts in reply to Dave Fullmer(W.TN), 06-29-2006 19:42:12  
If I were you I'd watch ebay. There are quite a few SC's that get parted out. If you are not in a hurry you should find one fairly cheap.



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maplehillfrm,pat

07-02-2006 07:14:23




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 Re: SC Case Parts in reply to Camboted, 06-30-2006 04:59:51  
what do you think a block weighs?, shipping would be expensive or not, I have a sc that I am parting now, I was going to get another one to restore but it fell thru, this one was for parts, I took the valve cover off and all teh springs and roccker assy look good, but I havent tried to turn over yet,



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Dave Fullmer(W.TN)

07-03-2006 16:02:44




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 Re: SC Case Parts in reply to maplehillfrm,pat, 07-02-2006 07:14:23  
Where are you located?
Are you planning to sell the engine as is?
Dave



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Bob/wis

06-30-2006 05:12:43




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 Re: SC Case Parts in reply to Camboted, 06-30-2006 04:59:51  
Ted
Do you still need a SC sleeve. I just rembered it when I seen this post. Dave how soon will yoou need one and what part of TN do you live in. I can send one do that way at the end of labor day weekend I think. It would go to selmer tn.
Bob



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Dave Fullmer(W.TN)

06-30-2006 14:58:13




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 Re: SC Case Parts in reply to Bob/wis, 06-30-2006 05:12:43  
Bob, Call me at 731-693-5387. I would like to know some more details about that block. I live north of Selmer about 80 or 90 miles near McKenzie.

Dave



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Bob/wis

07-01-2006 03:58:38




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 Re: SC Case Parts in reply to Dave Fullmer(W.TN), 06-30-2006 14:58:13  
Dave, If things work out , my buddy works at jackson. He comes up here for parts and vaction every now and then. Last summer we took a 2 row mounted picker down to him. I was planning on a trip down to his place in a couple of weeks. But, with the way the weather has been and oats going to be needing combine in a few weeks that was shot. We are still trying to get first crop up. When we get done with it it will be right back at 2 nd. i wll get checking this block over. I will email you with what I find.
Later
Bob

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Camboted

06-30-2006 07:49:33




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 Re: SC Case Parts in reply to Bob/wis, 06-30-2006 05:12:43  
Bob,

Yes, actually I could use one of both (the old style and the new). My email is: fmi@online.com.kh



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