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    Customer called and asked for an estimate to fix an 8" inch crack in an old tractor motor. Lesson learned prior was never to give estimate over the phone. After taking broken pieces out of motor and checking the entire block, there was at least 36" inches of crack to repair plus installing a 6" inch by 9" inch plate. Those are the cylinders that you see.
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    What process did you use to weld in the patch?
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    • #3
      Looks like the old Ford got a little cold. Great job on the repair. I love doing stuff like that. Save the old iron...Bob
      Bob Wright

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      • #4
        Nice job, you can't hardly tell.

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          motor repair

          Originally posted by abprt View Post
          Customer called and asked for an estimate to fix an 8" inch crack in an old tractor motor. Lesson learned prior was never to give estimate over the phone. After taking broken pieces out of motor and checking the entire block, there was at least 36" inches of crack to repair plus installing a 6" inch by 9" inch plate. Those are the cylinders that you see.
          No welding involved with this repair. It was done by the metal pinning tech.

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          • #6
            It was just water cooled turned air cooled that's all.
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