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chas036

06-14-2020 17:44:53




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I have a 720 diesel electric start and I am looking for someone in upstate NY or northeast PA who can do an engine rebuild like replace the rings and injectors, and replace the bearings. I believe it needs bearings because after it warms up, the oil pressure will drop to 10 lbs , ad that is with straight 40wt oil. Yes, i have hooked up a calibrated oil pressure gauge, so I know that the pressure is truelly low

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David G

06-15-2020 07:16:13




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 Re: Looking for JD mechanic in reply to chas036, 06-14-2020 17:44:53  
If it drops to 10 psi at idle, is quiet and does not smoke, I would leave it be.

Otherwise bring your wallet, my guess would be above 5 grand.



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Mike M

06-15-2020 06:11:35




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 Re: Looking for JD mechanic in reply to chas036, 06-14-2020 17:44:53  
Be prepared to spend more money on it than the tractor is worth ! Even if you do the work yourself.



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Kansas rhody

06-15-2020 04:39:28




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 Re: Looking for JD mechanic in reply to chas036, 06-14-2020 17:44:53  
Try Kuhn tractor repair in oxford, New York, they have a web site, sorry I dont have the phone number handy, good luck



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