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cylinder sleeve removal

Discussion in 'Excavators' started by samsstuff, May 4, 2021.

  1. Tenwheeler

    Tenwheeler Senior Member

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    Find a teenager and send some pics. i have repaired several with bearing problems. It is not always as bad as you thank.
     
  2. samsstuff

    samsstuff Active Member

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    yep thats where it spun, not terribly bad thogh
     
  3. samsstuff

    samsstuff Active Member

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    found place in georgia real good on cranks, carrying block to chattanooga to get sleeve work done, its a ton more economical doing it this way, i cant justify buying one at auction with unseen issues, i know whats been done mine and besides im using all this old stuff help my son clear land thats been timbered and we aint got jars buried all in the yard full of money, that turned me into a fixer early on, thanks for the help.
     
  4. samsstuff

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    it have be a teenager, i barely can send a email
     
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  5. samsstuff

    samsstuff Active Member

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    Just to give everybody a update on the sleeve removal situation, this engine doesnt have sleeves, model number 3d95s-w-1, maybe this will save somebody some head ache, mines getting sleeves anyway, its at a shop to have the block cut down and installed, my cylinders might have been oblong but i would have taken the chance, crank is at another shop getting turned on one journal, it might be end of summer but ill have it back running, all total ill have about 2 grand in it at the end but couldnt find a engine in my price range, be glad see my old pc50uu-1 running again, thanks for everyones help.
     
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