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282 inframe or not

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560 D

07-16-2011 21:35:07

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i have a 282 that has 2 sleeves that are scratched i want to put in a sleeve kit in i have talked to alot of people and most every body has put in a inframe kit if the crank is good. would you worry about cam bearings or not any body have any thoughts thanks

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07-17-2011 07:45:17

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 Re: 282 inframe or not in reply to 560 D, 07-16-2011 21:35:07  
25 years ago I cracked a wet sleeve on my 706(310 german).being too broke to overhaul it,I bought a used sleeve(new singles were not available) from a salvage yard(out of a cotton picker).4000 hrs later that thing is still running,putting out 95 hp(turbocharged)and useing no oil!this tractor has 10,600 total hrs with no other engine work.

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07-16-2011 21:58:36

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 Re: 282 inframe or not in reply to 560 D, 07-16-2011 21:35:07  
its done all the time. if your confident the rest is good go for it. you can have a look at the cam lobes when the pan is off. you also would know how the oil pres. is. or can check it with a master guage before disassembly. fr.and rear seals also?

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