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On 7/5/2021 at 10:55 AM, Farmall 1466 said:

Hastings should have them I think

I couldn't find them in their catalog.

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  • 3 weeks later...

I bought a head gasket from Olsons and then realized that I got the wrong one-I think. I got the non protruding one but later I saw that my sleeves stick out about .020-.030". I ordered the protruding sleeve gasket and when it came I felt the underside of the fire ring but it is smooth. There is no indent for the sleeve.

I need help so I can know which gasket to send back.

Thanks.

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I put the old gasket on and the fire ring on sits around the sleeve...not on it like I thought.

Problem solved.

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I can't find the rings on hastings. I found them on All States Ag but the sizes don't match up to what the book says. Any Ideas where I can find them?

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Okay...I ran into a problem... I was going to order rings but I measured the bore, and it is 4.485 not 4.4

Did they change the ring thickness between the 335 and the 350? If they are the same thickness I can make them work.

Also, Weber's told me that since I have the neoprene rear main seal the crank has been changed at some time and I can't use a rope seal. Is this correct?

The current rings have a .070 end gap.

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Is the 4.485 the sleeve diameter???

I have no clue about ring thickness, but fitting 4.4 inch rings in an almost 4.5 bore seems a bit too much to me

There were crank changes, I dont know about serial breaks etc. Might be in parts book, but don't have that at hand now

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14 hours ago, Farmall 1466 said:

Is the 4.485 the sleeve diameter???

I have no clue about ring thickness, but fitting 4.4 inch rings in an almost 4.5 bore seems a bit too much to me

There were crank changes, I dont know about serial breaks etc. Might be in parts book, but don't have that at hand now

Yes. That is the sleeve diameter.

The piston fits in the bore pretty tight.

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Probably too far away from you but I have a pair of TD9s that I was going to make one runner out of them. One is a 51 model and the other a 56. The newer one was in a garage that burned down around it about 40 years ago. I had the engine running and drove it a bit when I first got it but it has been sitting in a pole barn for about 25 years now. The engine is a later model than yours, a 350 CID with the full flow oil filter system rather the the bypass filters that were used on the 335 CID engines.

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Okay...so I got the rear main seals... and I have a problem. The old seals are neoprene and the new ones are felt.

Mike Weber told me that switching from the felt to the neoprene seals requires changing the crank and retainers. Is that correct? Does that mean I have to find neoprene seals or can I use these felt ones?

Also the plugs are felt where the old ones are neoprene.

Thanks!

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On 9/29/2021 at 3:12 PM, Farmall 1466 said:

Retainers are definetely different. Crank too I think, but I'm not 100% sure. If so, do still check your crank for the version you have, I can imagine that people without the right knowledge have installed neoprene seals on a felt crank and vice versa

How do I tell the difference?

On 9/29/2021 at 11:36 PM, mmi said:

koo and MB cat went over this in detail

will go 1 way but not the other....ie ? can t go back to felt

Where? What was the thread called?

@King of Obsolete @MB. Cat

Thanks!

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Is there a way to revive the old seals? Some kind of glue or something?

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Okay, so...I have all the needed parts to put the engine back together and I decided to take a good look at the sleeves and sure enough...1 and 4 are shot.

I can't justify $400 ea. for them. Does anyone have any that they have replaced but that are still usable? Any NOS sleeves anywhere?

Thanks!

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9 hours ago, Farmall 1466 said:

Do you have 4.4 or 4.5 inch? If 4.5, you can buy a decent used sleeve from a 4.4 and bore it out to 4.5. Should give a really nice sleeve I reckon?

4.4

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i have some very good used 4. 5 sleeves.  that is what the 350 engine uses. it seams u have the 335 engine so u need 4.4 sleeves . or i can sell u  the whole 350 block with good sleeves.

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23 minutes ago, rustred said:

i have some very good used 4. 5 sleeves.  that is what the 350 engine uses. it seams u have the 335 engine so u need 4.4 sleeves . or i can sell u  the whole 350 block with good sleeves.

I have a 335 block but it has been pored to 4.5 so I need the 350 sleeves. I don't think I want to pay shipping for a whole block (besides...I would then proceed to rebuild THAT and put it in something else...🙄then my Dad wouldn't be happy)

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A little update...

Last week I got the puller puck and my brother and I started pulling the sleeves. We got three out and the fourth loose...and then everything got easy. Turns out I ripped the threads out of the nut. I was confused for awhile, because when I spun the nut off, half the threads were still in place. When I went to the hardware store to get a few more nuts, I went to thread the nut on the shaft...and the remaining threads slid out.<_<

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I had several older TD-9's, This was in about 1973 or so and was, if I remember right a 1950 TD-9. Sleeves needed to come out and we were using ready rod which kept breaking. Went to a shop and had a rod made and threaded out of much stronger steel. Sleeves still did not want to come out. I got some dry ice and put in the inside sleeve area and hot water in the block and they all came out fairly easy. Don't ask me any more info as it's beem too long for my memory.

DWF

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Does anyone have sleeves for a D335?

I Need at minimum one. Two of the ones I have here are decent and a third is okay but the #4 sleeve is shot.

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