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Long 610 Oil overflow

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RickW610
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2003-09-14          63833


I have an 82 that I bought this Spring. One day last week it started spewing oil out the bottom from an overflow tube. I've been told that's generally a problem with rings. I hoping for a crankcase ventilation. Any ideas or suggestions. THANKS

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TomG
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2003-09-15          63878


I'd check if it has the right oil level and viscosity. Sometimes hydraulic oil, fuel or coolant can leak into the crankcase. You might try some engine oil additive such as Marvel Mystery Oil if the tractor has been sitting around a lot. Unfortunately, there aren't many simple problems that seem very likely. You might say if the tractor starts easily, runs without much exhaust smoke and doesn't over-heat. Usually worn rings create low compression and diesels won't start easily.
A blown head gasket is another possibility, which is better than an engine rebuild. A compression test might be good.

You might try running the engine with the oil fill cap off. I doubt that will change much. If you're getting blowby out of the crankcase breather tube, the crankcase is already ventilated unless the engine has some exotic sort PVC system.
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ironwkr
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2003-10-17          66471


Rick-check the traffic on this site pertaining to oil blow by on the Long 610's. I'm looking for help myself. ....

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2003-10-17          66479


Have you read this thread? May have some applicable info. ....


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