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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by Johnny-CAT!, Sep 29, 2008.
A John Deere Engine with less then 4908 hrs, anyone seen this before?
Nasty looking "wound".
Just use thicker oil it will seal up
What peice of equipment is that engine in ??? I have seen Lots of john deere Power tech genset Engines do that even with alot less hours then that
Just put some Duct tape & youll be good to go
your going to need some JB weld to fix that one!
What are you guys talking about? That engine is GOOD TO GO!
you know i have never heard a complaint out of the older Deere engines (1960's, 70's, 80's)...but lately all the farmers here are really raising a fuss about the new stuff Deere has out....i guess this is just another example
then again they won't switch to New Holland because they are worse and have too much "pride" to run anything Red
Mabe it was a bad injector that fired off to early?
The bearing looks good.
I will assume something in the area of the piston caused the failure.
looks like the wristpin broke or clip came out of it.