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Best place to get an engine rebuild kit for Ford 660 tractor

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01-23-2019 11:53:39

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I need a rebuild kit for my Ford 660 gas tractor with the 134 C.I. engine. Where is the best place to get a good price and quality parts?

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Tim PloughNman Daley

01-24-2019 05:14:24

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 Re: Best place to get an engine rebuild kit for Ford 660 tractor in reply to Fish-N-Fool, 01-23-2019 11:53:39  
You've made the best decision to wait before buying parts. Engine kits and parts are sold everywhere; there are only but a few manufacturers of parts and part suppliers all buy from them. It's the prices that will vary by seller so, yeah, shop around first when it's time. Try to avoid the popular auction sites. You don't know what is in there now do you? Have you had it rebuilt before? If not, get it split and stripped down to determine what the sizes are and what new parts sizes will need be -pistons, sleeves, crank, bearings, et al. Will you be doing all the work yourself? A good trusty local engine shop can be a big help. You will want to get the block boiled and Magna-Fluxed for cracks either way.

Tim *PloughNman* Daley(MI)

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01-23-2019 18:21:26

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 Re: Best place to get an engine rebuild kit for Ford 660 tractor in reply to Fish-N-Fool, 01-23-2019 11:53:39  
shop it around there are several sources

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01-23-2019 15:12:34

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 Re: Best place to get an engine rebuild kit for Ford 660 tractor in reply to Fish-N-Fool, 01-23-2019 11:53:39  
How bout the folks who provide this great free website?
They are a well established company, have a reputation to defend and do their darndest to supply good parts at reasonable prices.
They are not some here today, gone tomorrow outfit who when the going gets rough they close shop and open up under a different name.

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01-23-2019 11:56:01

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 Re: Best place to get an engine rebuild kit for Ford 660 tra in reply to Fish-N-Fool, 01-23-2019 11:53:39  
I dont know yet is I need the crank turned of not as I dont have it apart. Just looking to figure out how much it will cost me before I get it tore apart.

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