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Re: 1951 Farmall H Sleeve Removal

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Curt Cooke

03-03-1999 05:25:51




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John, you won't pound them out. Your best bet is to get a puller for this job. I've done a few and the local IH shop has always been willing to allow me to borrow their puller. Maybe you can get that lucky.
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The Red with pix

03-03-1999 06:29:17




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 Re: Re: 1951 Farmall H Sleeve Removal in reply to Curt Cooke, 03-03-1999 05:25:51  
Curt, thank you for the info. Here is a shot of the pistons in the block. You can wiggle #2 and #3 real easy. They were obviously the worst of the 4.
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Phil Auten

03-04-1999 05:09:48




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 Re: Re: Re: 1951 Farmall H Sleeve Removal in reply to The Red with pix, 03-03-1999 06:29:17  
Holy crud, Batman! That's a mess!
Good luck with this one, but it does look like
there was oil in it at least.
One of my neighbors built his own sleeve puller
with some discs cut from steel plate and a piece
of allthread. The discs are just big enough to
cover the bottom of the sleeve. Then apply a four
pound hammer to the end of the allthread.

Phil



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The Red

03-04-1999 06:06:10




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: 1951 Farmall H Sleeve Removal in reply to Phil Auten, 03-04-1999 05:09:48  
Phil, thank you.



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mj delaney

03-04-1999 09:58:30




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 1951 Farmall H Sleeve Removal in reply to The Red, 03-04-1999 06:06:10  
Only thing I ever noticed is grey paint(babbitt?) in the bottom of the oil filter housing. Always wondered what that small screw in the oil filter base was for. Now I know... you can wash that old crud out of there.



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