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Re: TW35 Water In Oil

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10-15-2019 10:27:52

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I'd be shocked if you can't re-use the pistons. Check the oil pump carefully while you have it apart, specifically the bore that the relief valve slides in. BIG problem area on those engines.

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10-15-2019 18:45:58

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 Re: TW35 Water In Oil in reply to Bern, 10-15-2019 10:27:52  
I'm probably going to put a new oil pump in it. My dad would turn over in his grave if he knew I didn't install a new oil pump. He may if he finds out I reuse the pistons!!

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10-15-2019 21:15:43

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 Re: TW35 Water In Oil in reply to FOMOCO Farmer, 10-15-2019 18:45:58  
Suggest ordering the smaller pump for the TW5 engine. I did that once on a 35, and it still pegged a 100 PSI gauge with cold oil. Those oil pumps are way too big for the application, especially on a 35 that do not have a bypass oil cooler.

Unless it's been seriously overheated in its past, the pistons will go forever in those engines.

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