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|alex||Hey guys i have a 1967? 135 gas engine that needs a compete engine rebuid. the guy wants to charge me 4000 for parts plus labor. The tractor is in good shape other than the engine. would love your expert opinon/expirience. do you think the price is to high? is it worth to rebuid
|Patrick Richardson||Not being smart Alex , I have a 135 with a 3cyl Perkins diesel engine . I don't know anything about the gas eng . I would be looking around for a diesel , but then I have been playing with diesel trucks 7 tractors for 40yrs . As you said the rest of th 135 is ok , then I would put th $s into it .
|geoff||i would have thought that $4000 for parts, Plus the labour is expensive to o/h a 4 cylinder gas engine.
I'd find a good machine shop to do the required machining, get a good service manual and do the assembly myself.
Unless it very stuffed it shouldn't be to hard to do.
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