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Old Rusty H progress?

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Ryan - IN

07-27-2001 06:05:25




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Hey Red-

What is going on with Ol' Rusty H? Haven't heard anything in awhile.




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The Red. Speaking of RUSTY!

07-28-2001 06:39:49




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 Re: Old Rusty H progress? in reply to Ryan - IN, 07-27-2001 06:05:25  
I drained the rear end 90W Friday afternoon. Or should I say I drained about 1/2 quart of water and at most 1.5 gallons of the most rusty 90W I have ever laid eyes on. I got nothing out the front drain plug and got the usual goop out of the flat belt pulley assembly. The bearings and gear teeth on the flat belt pulley were in very good shape.



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The Red

07-27-2001 07:28:28




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 Re: Old Rusty H progress? in reply to Ryan - IN, 07-27-2001 06:05:25  
Nothing at the moment Ryan. I haven't decided whether to part it or find another engine. It is snoozing under a tarp. I might drain the 90W this weekend to see how bad it looks.



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Ryan - IN

07-27-2001 08:25:43




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 Re: Re: Old Rusty H progress? in reply to The Red, 07-27-2001 07:28:28  
Last I knew, you had gotten the pistons sleeves & pistons out, is the block bad?



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The Red. YEP

07-27-2001 08:39:34




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 Re: Re: Re: Old Rusty H progress? in reply to Ryan - IN, 07-27-2001 08:25:43  
Large dent and major 1" horizontal crack in #1 cylinder wall about 4 inches down. It is very obvious from the impression that a rod broke and did major damage. Someone simply stuck back in sleeves and let it leak coolant in the oil. The crack is unfortunately on the pushrod chamber side of the engine.



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Scott S.

07-27-2001 10:45:50




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Old Rusty H progress? in reply to The Red. YEP, 07-27-2001 08:39:34  
Hey Red, I have a magged engine block out of a tractor just like yours. I will probably not need it. I will give you a good price on it. It has been cleaned, checked for cracks and what ever. The head bolts are still in the block.

Let me know if you can use it.

Scott



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