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Old 08-22-2019, 02:52:01 AM
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has any one have unwanted camshaft for above tractor ?
If so how much in Australian Dollars
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These people have one for $80 US. They seem very reasonable on their parts prices. https://vintagetractors.com/jddeng.html
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What year Model D are you looking at ?
I have a 28 model that I will be looking at getting the cylinders and piston/rod assembly's out of for a mate in several weeks, is it likely to have a compatible camshaft ?

I have no idea what condition the camshaft is in, but I can have a look at that time and see if its in serviceable condition !

I have moved from my previous residence (passed on the farm to my brother and his son) so don't get up there as often as I would like ( I am now 300 Ks away) but will look when I can if it will work in your situation !

Graham, now in Bunbury, not Quairading (must change that in my profile) !
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Thank you very much camshafts run through many years unchanged should be compatible, If you could check condition and let me know I would be much appreciative

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John,
I will have a look when I go up there in several weeks ! I have to give another mate a hand to get an old tractor going that he wants to take to the local show and its being a bit stroppy so will have an old tractor "fix" when I go up home.

How difficult would the cam be to get out, I don't have one to refer to down here but from memory it shouldn't take too long to extract would it ?

How soon do you need it ?

Graham
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Model D camshaft removal & replacement;
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Thanks Jack, that certainly makes the procedure clear !

Sounds straight forward, so as I will be playing around with the engine anyway it shouldn't be too hard.

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