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  1. Jake59

    Lack of power at speed.

    Weird... I was expecting more reaction to this comment: " ... and which also explains why we consume as much fuel as we do as we very poorly burn just a little bit of the fuel in the cylinder {which can be resolved by injecting pre-heated diesel fuel to 400 degrees Celcius = 752 F and which then...
  2. Jake59

    Lack of power at speed.

    Thank you CucvRus, 2" stainless steal pipes it will be... well, with 2 slim long glass packed strait through muflers/silencers somewhere in between. Great, time to put the hydraulic pipe bender to use! Thanks, Jake
  3. Jake59

    Lack of power at speed.

    Hi CucvRus, I was just searching for experiences with exhaust pipe and various diameters. My entire exhaust needs replacement, since it is a horrible DIY of various bits and pieces from one of the previous owners; it binds and rubs and just does not fit right. Before looking into what size or...
  4. Jake59

    Part # 14018671 Speedometer Seal (M1009)

    ... 6 years later / too late... :sneaky: Check here: http://www.clarkbrothers.net/pdf/MC794_CBI_Master3.pdf page 53 / page 48, part F-35 Does anyone know a source where one can order/buy Clark Brothers Instrument Company parts online? In CA or FL ? Their Ratio Adapters should do the job...
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    6.2 and how much Timing Chain Slack or stretch is “normal” ?

    Hi All, Thanks for the advice! Ordered Cloyes Timing Set and Fel-Pro Gasket kit. Another M1009 To Do Item on my list... Cheers, Jake
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    6.2 and how much Timing Chain Slack or stretch is “normal” ?

    Hi Tailwheel, Thank you, much appreciated. A pity there are no values in degrees crankshaft rotation to go by, which would allow for checking without having to open up the front end. Guess I will have to remove the front cover then to take some measurements, but I am almost certain chain...
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    6.2 and how much Timing Chain Slack or stretch is “normal” ?

    Good evening all, Been trying to determine the amount of stretch my timing chain has and with only 25000 miles on this M1009, my findings are of concern to say the least. I found the slack to allow between 7 and 9 degrees of crankshaft rotation before the valve train is engaged. This really...
  8. Jake59

    6.2 Piston Rings: Sealed Power or Perfect Circle (Mahle) ?

    Hello all, I have used Perfect Circle piston rings many years ago in the seventies, with my dad, when repairing our 1957 German built tractor with MWM Diesel engine. I still have that tractor at home to this day and it starts like a charm and runs like a beast... built to last generations! I...
  9. Jake59

    cucv glow plug card

    Same here! Jake
  10. Jake59

    cucv glow plug card

    Hi AntennaClimber, Have you had time to check the specifications of that last diode wired into the negative side of the glow lug controller PCB? Best, Jake
  11. Jake59

    Harmonic balancer and waterpump

    Hi Rutjes, From your pictures, are you using the same type of relay for the starter as for the glow plugs? What is the model number of these black cube shaped solenoids? Thanks, Jake
  12. Jake59

    cucv glow plug card

    Much appreciated, thank you. Looking forward to your input. For now I'll mark in pencil: Zener diode 24V, ... Watt? 1.3Watt, 5Watt, or will this kill my Controller Card ? Thanks, Jake
  13. Jake59

    cucv glow plug card

    Hello AntennaClimber, Tank you for your advice. The black .8 wire indeed has nothing to do with the GP circuit; it goes straight into the diagnostic connector under the dash. I have ordered a new GP Controller Card from HillBillyWizard but it will only be in my hands by March-April 21; also...
  14. Jake59

    cucv glow plug card

    Hi AntennaClimber, Brilliant!! Thank you. Immediately ordered a replacement sensor as mine flashes a number for less then half a second when I first connect my Ohm meter, value anywhere from 150 to 900 Ohm and then just reads "1" at all times on the multimeter, which is an open circuit, right...
  15. Jake59

    cucv glow plug card

    Hi Warthog, Have a question about this line here: " Yellow wire #151b - This is the wire for the temperature sensor on the block. With the key OFF, check for ~800 ohm with the engine cold. When the engine is hot, the resistance will increase and keep the circuit open, not allowing the...
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