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    Veteran Member Bob Rooks's Avatar
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    Default Re: Y485T lost oil pressure - how do I drop the oil sump?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Waugh View Post
    I think it is a false to reuse any bearings or seals when rebuilding an engine. So you spend another hundred bucks on all new stuff - what is your time worth to tear it down again? I rest my case.
    I'll second that. It's false economy. New gaskets, new seals, and all new cam bearings.
    How many hours on it? Check liner wear and have a good look at the piston rings, mic the crank and plasti-gauge the bearing shells.
    Yuchai YCT dozer, Mustang 2040 skid steer, Mitsubishi MS035 Mini-Ex, Trimble equipped 7' Dual Dozer, and a LiTW BH7600 back hoe for sale.

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    Michigan 55A, Foton 254

    Default Re: Y485T lost oil pressure - how do I drop the oil sump?

    Good answer B ob!!!!!

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