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Old 07-21-2021, 05:05 PM
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sleeve it and have headaches.

I wouldn't even waste the time and money.

Find another block. There all over the place. There in wheel horses. There in lot of old 60s to 70s tractors.

People sell them Toro, WHs for cheap because it blew the deck or what have you.
or just don't know. You know what I am saying there.. lol

My reasoning is, stress cracks. Yeahm sleeve it. but the cylinder will probably crack like a windshield does from stress over time. You loose the force holding the sleeve in. I could be wrong. old man ego will know better.
but that's me and my thoughts. 6 cents as everything as tripled in price. hahha
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Old 07-22-2021, 07:34 PM
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sleeve it and have headaches.

I wouldn't even waste the time and money.

Find another block. There all over the place. There in wheel horses. There in lot of old 60s to 70s tractors.

People sell them Toro, WHs for cheap because it blew the deck or what have you.
or just don't know. You know what I am saying there.. lol

My reasoning is, stress cracks. Yeahm sleeve it. but the cylinder will probably crack like a windshield does from stress over time. You loose the force holding the sleeve in. I could be wrong. old man ego will know better.
but that's me and my thoughts. 6 cents as everything as tripled in price. hahha
I think....A lot of those k301 blocks are a little different.... I think it has to do with the oil pan mostly and you need one to fit the Cub. Can somebody reinforce my thoughts and comments?
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Old 07-22-2021, 11:00 PM
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Yes some blocks are model specific, like longer connecting rods different oil pans etc.
google it as some WWW. links no longer work, or not permitted here.
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I think....A lot of those k301 blocks are a little different.... I think it has to do with the oil pan mostly and you need one to fit the Cub. Can somebody reinforce my thoughts and comments?
folks can correct me...

but basic block is same... maybe dip stick big diff.
bearing plate. but reuse old one.

crank bad? no... reuse..

oil pan bad ?? no.... reuse. it should bolt up to the block..

before says na i would at least check but hey thats me.. i do all i can before i say na..

but ill go over to the corner. iam still looking for help on my issue.. so off to utube..

poofers ..
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I can't correct you. I don't actually know what you just said.


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Old 07-23-2021, 11:27 PM
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http://cubfaq.com/blocks.html
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