Hey new to the forum here. I just purchased a 63 ford 4000 and was making a loud scratching noise and the starter flew off. Noise went away and ran great. Loaded it up and unloaded, popped clutch and fired right up and ran awesome. Pull the starter out and found it chucked #4 rod out of the block. I have heard these old 4 cylinder diesels used to have issues with #4 and just delete it, remove piston, and push rods and plug oil passage on crank. Only reason I ask is because it ran awesome on 3 cylinders. Or are these worth putting the work in to it to rebuild the motor? I've got roughly $1000 in it
Today's Featured Article - Talk of the Town: Trailerin a Tractor, Chains or Straps? - by Staff. Another great discussion from the Tractor Talk Discussion Forum. The discussion started out with the following post: " I bought a trailer and plan to take my CASE VAS to some shows. I don't yet have anything to secure it to the trailer. So which is better to buy and use; the ratchet-type straps or binders and binder chains?
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Carburetors for sale Marvel Schebler models TSX 408 and a TSX 244 B both rebuilt. Asking 250.00 each Then I have a Carter UT 0-652 on base 0-653 24 on neck with 179380 on throttle shaft asking 50.00 for this one.
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