Originally Posted by ihcc104
KsCop, I have been updating my other thread and forgot about this one. I have since got the engine turning over, I let it soak for 3 days and hit the key and the engine started turning over, but it was popping out the carb. I decided to take it apart. I found out that one of the valves were stuck and subsequently bent a push rod, so I took them out, had the heads cleaned up and started lapping and putting the valves back in last night, hope to get the other head done tonight... and hope to have her running tomorrow.
Be careful with the long head bolts. The bolts on each end of the heads
are slightly longer than the three inner bolts. Mixing them up would be an assembly error with consequences.
Mike Southern Oregon
1946 1/2 ton with Y-block, '62 Mercury Meteor S-33, '60 Thunderbird, '64 Falcon Futura, '90 Ranger 4WD, '54 Ford model 600 tractor