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Re: TO35 Finally Running!! But...Some issues I need he

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Steve@Advance

08-11-2020 17:55:03




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Stuck rings are usually caused from the engine sitting with rain water, condensation, or coolant getting down around the rings.

Typically that happens when the engine is stuck from rust, but not stuck so bad it can't be broke loose. The residual rust packs in between the rings and the ring lands, holding the rings from springing out in full contact with the cylinder walls. But it usually effects the compression rings, causes low compression, blow by.

Was it stuck when you first tried to start it?

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agdodge4x4

08-11-2020 21:50:16




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 Re: TO35 Finally Running!! But...Some issues I need he in reply to Steve@Advance, 08-11-2020 17:55:03  
No. Not stuck from
What I can tell. It always turned over freely.



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Steve@Advance

08-12-2020 06:45:17




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 Re: TO35 Finally Running!! But...Some issues I need he in reply to agdodge4x4, 08-11-2020 21:50:16  
You may end up having to do an inframe ring job.

It's not that bad of a job. If it has good oil pressure no need to replace bearings.



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agdodge4x4

08-12-2020 21:05:03




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 Re: TO35 Finally Running!! But...Some issues I need he in reply to Steve@Advance, 08-12-2020 06:45:17  
The more I mess with it the more I feel like this is going to need a full rebuild. I had 20psi which isnít enough to register on my factory gauge. Maybe a week of sitting with Rislone will free you some stuff?



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Steve@Advance

08-13-2020 08:57:37




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 Re: TO35 Finally Running!! But...Some issues I need he in reply to agdodge4x4, 08-12-2020 21:05:03  
I don't think the rings are stuck if the engine wasn't stuck.

Doubt any thing poured in will help at this point.

If it's got 20 PSI oil pressure warm and revved up, that is good!

Most barely move the gauge at idle, and will run that way for years.

But, if you go in, open the oil pump and look it over. They are known to break where the driven gear attaches to the shaft.

And the governor issues. Even if it works it needs to be looked at just to be sure it's not failing.

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