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James Williams

01-04-2016 07:31:53




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I'm trying to bring back to life a Farmall B. I've got 2 new sleeves and 2 used sleeves that's looks like new. The used sleeves are 1/8 inch longer than the new ones. Does anyone think this will matter?

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gene bender

01-04-2016 08:56:43




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 Re: Farmall B in reply to James Williams, 01-04-2016 07:31:53  
No but is the bore the same thats what is important. If you need some good used ones i would have some but check the bore for wear ect. A good hone and some new rings will last a long time as you aren going to far all day with it anyhow.



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old

01-04-2016 08:06:56




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 Re: Farmall B in reply to James Williams, 01-04-2016 07:31:53  
How long they are should not matter but if the bore is not the same then you will have problems due to an unbalanced engine



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DeltaRed

01-04-2016 08:37:28




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 Re: Farmall B in reply to old, 01-04-2016 08:06:56  
If there are on oppisite throws of the grank,no problem on a slow revving engine.Buddy's Big 4 has 2 aluminum and two cast pistons. runs smooth as glass.Used to have 3 aluminum and one cast,'jumped' around a bit,but had been like that for(50/60/70/?) years.Several years ago a neighbor put a 4" piston in an M.The other 3 were 3 7/8.Still running. While not really "approved",a guy can get away with a lot of stuff if needed.

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old

01-04-2016 14:22:26




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 Re: Farmall B in reply to DeltaRed, 01-04-2016 08:37:28  
Ya some time you can get by but other time that is enough to break a cranks shaft which I have run into before and boy does it hurt when half that crank shaft comes out and hits you in the foot. BTDT



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DeltaRed

01-04-2016 07:45:14




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 Re: Farmall B in reply to James Williams, 01-04-2016 07:31:53  
No. Should not matter.Just make sure everything clears.I would however put them on oppisite throws of the crank.My 706(D310) has a similar situation. I replaced a cracked sleeve with a used one from a cotton picker.It too was different/longer. Been there for 30 years and 5000 hhrs.



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