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counterclockwise

02-23-2021 06:18:01




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Going to be overhauling the engine on a 7700 soon. No problems with coolant in the oil, just tons of hours and blow by.From my research of the archives it seems the best course of action is to bore for thick sleeves and bore the sleeves back to standard. Are the sleeves needed specific to the ford engine or are they a generic sleeve that the machine shop will procure? How thick is a thick wall sleeve as opposed to a thin wall? Anything else to be considered that I might be overlooking? I worked at a Ford tractor dealer in the 70s but was gone before the any of the porous block problems started.

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jhwis

02-23-2021 08:34:27




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 Re: 7700 sleeves in reply to counterclockwise, 02-23-2021 06:18:01  
how many hours you got on the 7700? I am just wondering.



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Bern

02-23-2021 06:42:31




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 Re: 7700 sleeves in reply to counterclockwise, 02-23-2021 06:18:01  
Call Tim at 360-three three six-9722. Tell him that Bernie from the college sent you. He will tell you exactly what needs to be done. He's done dozens of them for me. Maybe you could return the favor and buy the sleeves from him.



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counterclockwise

02-23-2021 07:35:48




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 Re: 7700 sleeves in reply to Bern, 02-23-2021 06:42:31  
Ill do that . Thanks for the reply. Im down south on vacation right now. When I get home in a few weeks I will give him a call.



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