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Re: What do you think this is?

Post #31 by yellow » Sun Jul 01, 2012 11:21 am

The previous owner had taken the cylinder head off (9 months ago), thought the problem is "un axe de piston qui a du jeu", my youngest daughter said "the piston wants to play" but the jury concluded (roughly translates to) "the piston pin has a lot of play". I think that a/several Gudgeon pin is loose/circlip problem. Other things as well I expect.
Well I intend to try and replace the damaged/worn parts in the existing engine (with my very limited knowledge and equipment), expect me back on the forum on a regular basis for help and information (updates), when my day job allows.


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Re: What do you think this is?

Post #32 by Martyn Henley » Sun Jul 01, 2012 11:41 am

expect me back on the forum on a regular basis for help and information (updates), when my day job allows.


:thumbup: Sounds good to me.


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Re: What do you think this is?

Post #33 by yellow » Fri Jul 20, 2012 8:54 pm

Here are the first photos as promised...
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Re: What do you think this is?

Post #34 by yellow » Sun Jul 22, 2012 5:17 pm

can any body tell me if the rocker assembly and push rods are they the same for the Leyland 38td and 49/ NT engines


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Re: What do you think this is?

Post #35 by yellow » Sun Jul 22, 2012 5:19 pm

OOP's ment Leyland38TD and 4/98 NT, regardless of age.

Thanks


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Re: What do you think this is?

Post #36 by MrF » Sun Jul 29, 2012 2:09 pm

yellow wrote:The previous owner had taken the cylinder head off (9 months ago), thought the problem is "un axe de piston qui a du jeu", my youngest daughter said "the piston wants to play" but the jury concluded (roughly translates to) "the piston pin has a lot of play". I think that a/several Gudgeon pin is loose/circlip problem. Other things as well I expect.
Well I intend to try and replace the damaged/worn parts in the existing engine (with my very limited knowledge and equipment), expect me back on the forum on a regular basis for help and information (updates), when my day job allows.

Jeux in this is definitely play. Where in france are you? Assuming not canada or belgium etc that is.

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Re: What do you think this is?

Post #37 by yellow » Fri Aug 10, 2012 2:21 pm

In the Dept Vienne south of Poitier.


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Re: What do you think this is?

Post #38 by essexpete » Fri Aug 10, 2012 3:25 pm

yellow wrote:OOP's ment Leyland38TD and 4/98 NT, regardless of age.

Thanks


If you don't get an answer here try the Leyland/Nuffield tractor forum, or the classic section of the British Farming Forum.


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Re: What do you think this is?

Post #39 by yellow » Mon Aug 13, 2012 9:25 pm

Will try them also.
Many thanks Essexpete


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