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Source for intake & exhaust valves on McCormick Deering 10-20


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Default Source for intake & exhaust valves on McCormick Deering 10-20

My engine is completely torn down and the engine shop is finishing up the head job and dipping my block, so my battle the black tar-like oil is about over and its nearing the time I get to start putting things back together and make some noise. Just need to gather a couple odds and ends yet.

Anyone have a source for valves for a McD 10-20? I could have sworn I saw them on Rice Equipment a week ago for $18 apiece, but now I can't find them on their site or anywhere else.

The mag is hot, new plugs and wires, a box of gaskets on the living room floor, carb parts on the way. All I need is valves and rings. Rings aren't a worry.

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Try the Fordson House, but they're $32.00 ea
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Default Re: Source for intake & exhaust valves on McCormick Deering 10-20

I believe that I have standard rings in sets specifically for the 10-20 & F-30 and many others boxed and labeled for tractors by the Bird Piston Ring Company formerly here in Rockford. Sundstrand plant 1 occupied the old Bird plant and tore it down about 4 years ago but there was no trace of piston rings there then. There's nothing over 6 inch.
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Try the Fordson House, but they're $32.00 ea
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I forgot about the one's on Fordson House, but I'd like to find those $18 dollar ones.

The engine shop the head is at can get custom stainless steel performance race engine valves made based off the old worn out valves I have for the price of the Fordson House valves, so I was a bit turned off on those. I've ordered quite a bit from FH, but I'm not so sure of their valves.
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Default Re: Source for intake & exhaust valves on McCormick Deering 10-20

Tom Underwood, he is located in Lawrence, Kansas. He advertises in GEM mag. has lots of nos. engine parts for all makes. he is probably at leisure this week. good luck
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I second a call to Tom, great fellow, had valves I needed for my Massey Harris.
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