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Ford 7710 oil pan gasket

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fordforce

11-21-2020 22:22:28




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My mechanic has just finished putting in new pistons, rings into my 7710 motor.
after doing a compression test he found one cylinder to be low compression.
Once that piston was popped out, it was found to have classic signs of ether damage.(cracked piston)Previous owner had began to use ether in cold weather when he had problems starting.
As it turns out we got the starter rebuilt and found that it could turn the motor much more quickly and didnt need ether.Also has block heater plus excess fuel button.
Now my question is, Can i use a gasket sealer to seal oil pan or should i just get a new gasket from New Holland.
New Holland wants over a $100cdn for the pan gasket.
Thanks in advance for any replies.

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welding man

11-22-2020 06:18:07




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 Re: Ford 7710 oil pan gasket in reply to fordforce, 11-21-2020 22:22:28  
Why not support this site? They show one for $14.14 , big diffeerence than $100.00.



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Bern

11-22-2020 05:23:53




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 Re: Ford 7710 oil pan gasket in reply to fordforce, 11-21-2020 22:22:28  
RTV would normally work just fine. The only problem with that idea however would be with the alignment of the lower pan bolts, both front and rear. I doubt you could even get the bolts through the holes without some oversize drilling.

I'm with you, I would not pay NH's extortionist prices. There are plenty of aftermarket alternatives out there for far less I'm sure. Or, I would go to the local auto parts store and get a length of gasket material and make my own. Either way, don't support NH parts price gouging.

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MikeJM

11-22-2020 03:55:02




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 Re: Ford 7710 oil pan gasket in reply to fordforce, 11-21-2020 22:22:28  
Thats ridiculous, thats probably a $25 gasket at most. Any A&I dealers near you? Ill bet the New Holland dealer is one.
If you use a good RTV you shouldnt have any problems. But dont use a lot, it will squeeze out and possibly break off inside and plug the pickup screen. Another trick is to tighten it up till it snug, then wait 10 minutes for the RTV to setup some then tighten it completely.

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