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    • workaholic53
      workaholic53

      Overhaul my butt. front and rear main seals are critical to the successful and lasting overhaul. And before you get froggy in the comments, 48 years as a mechanic including as a Cat dealership mechanic.

      about 1 year ago
    • Chas L
      Chas L In reply to workaholic53

      What necessitated overhaul how many hours is on the machine how old is it

      about 1 month ago
    • Ed Crego
      Ed Crego In reply to workaholic53

      Tractor don't look that old how many hrs were on it at time of major the macanic worked very skilled fully very meet and clean

      about 4 months ago
    • Chris E
      Chris E In reply to workaholic53

      workaholic53 He or they overhauled what needed doing.
      Why replace parts that are not broken.
      He replaces piston rings. & probably cleaned manifolds etc.

      The title doesn’t even say “complete overhaul”

      You donut

      about 8 months ago
    • Lane Depatis
      Lane Depatis In reply to workaholic53

      @Elias Medvecky I believe the HPCR connections are a knife edge seal style so they are 1 time use or maybe limited to 1 or 2 re tightenings

      about 11 months ago
    • Austin Amarillas
      Austin Amarillas In reply to workaholic53

      Seems immature of someone with your age and experience to come and bash on someone else's video for doing something most peeps his age wont consider doing, bitter old man..

      about 1 year ago
    • Flash Mora
      Flash Mora

      Awesome video!!!

      about 8 days ago
    • RestoWrench52
      RestoWrench52

      Very cool video. Thanks for taking the time in making it.

      I split and 1120 (no where near as a comparaison I know, but my point is) its nice to see that removing the engine block is possible without having to split the tractor.

      Cheers

      about 12 days ago
    • FERMA Barbu
      FERMA Barbu

      Good

      about 12 days ago
    • Lloyd Boyette
      Lloyd Boyette

      I don't know if anyone is still reading these comments... That tractor appears relatively new. Is this common that an engine would need a complete overhaul that soon? Or is this not that common of an occurrence but could happen? What is a ballpark figure of the cost rebuilding this type engine from John Deere?

      about 16 days ago
    • Lloyd Boyette
      Lloyd Boyette In reply to Lloyd Boyette

      @Elias Medvecky Thanks so much for taking the time to reply. It is much appreciated. At least John Deere recognized the defect and covered it. I love the sound of that diesel. Although... The K700 V-12 diesel engine just sounds savage.

      about 15 days ago
    • Elias Medvecky
      Elias Medvecky In reply to Lloyd Boyette

      It used to be a common occurrence on the early models of this engine due to a manufacturing defect with the piston rings, it was a product improvement that was covered by Deere at no cost to the customer. Typical ball park figure for an overhaul (without a catastrophic failure) is in the neighborhood of $10-15k

      about 16 days ago
    • yolotopper
      yolotopper

      Pretty weird that it still uses a pushrod camshaft instead of a overhead camshaft

      about 22 days ago
    • Дряхлый Дед
      Дряхлый Дед

      Мы в России так 402 мотор ремонтируем. за ночь в принципе получается отремонтировать, если головку не разбирать. А если колено шлифовать, то за сутки...

      about 24 days ago
    • D.T.F TRANSPORT
      D.T.F TRANSPORT

      bon travail, c'était quoi le problème du moteur?

      about 1 month ago
    • mahin Shoohod
      mahin Shoohod

      وری وری گود👍👍

      about 1 month ago
    • jp
      jp

      I spent many happy days stripping and rebuilding Rolls Royce diesel engines. Never did find anything wrong, all research work. Some of them were so old the parts list was in Latin. The CV12 sounded lovely at 1200BHP but I only did a bit on one engine. Never did see it run at 1500BHP. Gardner engines were also very well made but gone the way of the old Detroit two strokes - lovely sound. As for the Chieftain L60, not a bad engine but it was made by British Leyland - kiss of death, bloody butchers the way they were assembled. That engine did look a bit new for such a major overhaul, no doubt quite a few hours under it's belt. Reading the comments below why is it you always get some r - sole. Great video, brought back some fond memories.

      about 1 month ago
    • Richard Desousa
      Richard Desousa

      And to think this guy only makes 200 a day, before taxes

      about 1 month ago
    • Richard Desousa
      Richard Desousa

      What was the problem with the motor???

      about 1 month ago
    • Gekke Gerrie
      Gekke Gerrie

      https://youtu.be/rU_T3gAb3ME

      about 1 month ago
    • Frederic Carlier
      Frederic Carlier

      Nul

      about 1 month ago
    • Charlie Tanner
      Charlie Tanner

      what about checking sleeve standout

      about 1 month ago
    • Dave Shatton
      Dave Shatton

      engine overhaul after 4670 hours of work....you suck John Deere

      about 1 month ago
    • Joel Guillois
      Joel Guillois

      Bravo ça c'est un mécano chapeau bas mon gas

      about 1 month ago
    • Sindian
      Sindian

      i'm curious as to what the hell they were doing to that relatively new tractor to where the engine needed rebuilding?

      about 2 months ago
    • Richard Desousa
      Richard Desousa In reply to Sindian

      Same thought here

      about 1 month ago
    • Gavin Mcvey
      Gavin Mcvey

      Amazing work keep it up good video 🇬🇧🇬🇧

      about 2 months ago
    • Văn Hào TV
      Văn Hào TV

      Very good 👍

      about 2 months ago
    • Heavy machinery spare parts company Stoparts Ltd
      Heavy machinery spare parts company Stoparts Ltd

      Nice work dear colleagues 👏
      Hello 👋🏻 from Istanbul

      about 2 months ago
    • Neil Peachey
      Neil Peachey

      There’s nothing more satisfying than hearing an engine spark into life after you’ve overhauled it !!!!

      about 3 months ago
    • Signaturegen2
      Signaturegen2

      Man that is one ugly looking set up engine,

      kudos to you old mate, looks way over
      engineered

      about 3 months ago
    • Федосов Денис
      Федосов Денис

      Where's the procedure of installing the EI and the valve clearance adjustments. And why you didn't show the real first start after rebuilding? And how you make decisions to replace the piston liners?))

      about 3 months ago
    • Федосов Денис
      Федосов Денис In reply to Федосов Денис

      @Elias Medvecky are sure? Are sure that this is a JD defect? How many motohours motohours has this machine before you did the rebuilding? I could be wrong but this defect can be results of the fuel system defect, or the diesel was not so .... because the reason of 90 percent of the defects is operator mistake or.... not a JD

      about 3 months ago
    • Elias Medvecky
      Elias Medvecky In reply to Федосов Денис

      Piston rings were broken on #5 which is a John Deere defect so Deere pays to put all new pistons and liners in machine, only recorded certain parts because my service manager wouldnt be happy if I was always messing with my phone and recording things, I get paid to wrench not make videos

      about 3 months ago
    • Vinod Kumbhar
      Vinod Kumbhar

      Jon Der tactarwla Indian ay muzy cahy tactar

      about 3 months ago
    • Wuposs Wup
      Wuposs Wup

      Он полюбому на мтз на шарит

      about 4 months ago
    • SuperAgentman007
      SuperAgentman007

      This isn’t a complete engine overhaul this is just a piston and sleeve refresh i’ve worked on these engines before to do a complete engine overhaul the engine would have to be stripped down to the bare block then the block would be put into a steam machine to thoroughly clean it through along with all the parts except pistons and sleeves that’s because they put new sleeves new pistons new connecting rods and new connecting pins The crank would have to go to the machine to be miked The head would have to be stripped valves would have to be removed and replaced with fresh ones after the deck was steamed and then decked send a block would have to be decked and then thoroughly clean both of them then the assembly process would start.

      about 4 months ago
    • Chris Wenkle
      Chris Wenkle

      I want this motor in my Subaru............

      about 4 months ago
    • chris plett
      chris plett

      No liner protrusion check ??? That blows my mind

      about 4 months ago
    • Elias Medvecky
      Elias Medvecky In reply to chris plett

      If you're going buy what's not on the video I guess I didnt adjust the valves either huh?🤔

      about 4 months ago
    • Czechia Strong
      Czechia Strong

      Good work!

      about 4 months ago