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 04-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 3022
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I am in desperate need of the above, and my local NH dealer tells me they are available for about $4,000. There must be, somewhere, a less expensive source. Anyone have any ideas short of an engine rebuild?






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 04-19-1999, 00:00 Post: 3062
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Peter. Whats wrong with your block. You can have a motor sleeved, if you just destroyed a cylinders bore.Good LuckRon from Conn.






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We don't know yet exactly what is wrong, because we haven't laid the patient open yet. We do know that there is almost no compression, that there is blow-by, and one bent push rod. We don't know what kind punishment the previous owner inlicted on it, but when I picked it up there was no cap assembly for the air cleaner/filter. The owner told me it needed a new starter switch, so we installed that and it didn't run. No fuel to the injectors. Pulled pump and had it overhauled, reinstalled. Still didn't run. Then this most recent check, and we are about topull the engine. I sure hope you are right, an that sleeves can do it. Thanks for your response, I really appreciated it!






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 04-20-1999, 00:00 Post: 3139
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I forgot to ask, Ron, whereabouts in Conn are you from? I am descended from a long line of Conn ancestors on both sides of my family, but the more immediate forebears moved out here to California anywhere from 95 to 130 years ago. I think your state is great. Pete






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 04-21-1999, 00:00 Post: 3153
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Peter. I live in Stratford, but we have a property in Vermont. In Vermont we have a 2110 4wd Ford/loader,a 3600 2wd Ford, a 6100 4wd Kubota, a International 500e Loader And a Long 5-N-1 TBL. All these toys just to play on the weekends and vacation. I have rebuilt a fair number of motors both gas and diesel. Rebuilding the 1910 should not be to large a project. If I did the math right the 1910 motor is similar to the 2110, just one more cylinder. With bent push rods you have or had a stuck valve, which hopefully hasn't broke off and ventilated a piston. If you are lucky you may just need the head rebuilt.Good LuckRon From Conn.






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Thanks for your comments and recs. I hope we can get the head off this weekend to view the camage, and that it won't be to horrendous. The guy on whom I ma depending to do the work is meticulous, and I fear he is going overboard when maybe all he has to do is dip his toe in the water - i.e. going after a short block when maybe the sleeves will do.Stratford you are from, eh? Back the late forties when I was going to college, I worked for Ralph Morrill,the chief preparator (taxidermist)for the Peabody Museum in New Haven. We used to hunt black duck on the Stratford marsh, using an old Merrymeeting Bay scull boat Ralph had brought from Maine. He kept it down at the the last little boat house before the spit dividing the marsh from the Sound. I shall always remember times on that marsh as some of the most wonderful of my hunting career - and itnow spansa lot of years in a lot of places, both here and abroad. It can't have changed much, can it? I hope not. Thanks again. peter






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