Great haul there Rick. If that engine runs good I would not be concerned to much about a bent crank. Kind of hard to bend a crank and not do other damage.
I think you have to be, it connects the engine to the hydro pump via the driveshaft (no longer in unit ) I don't believe the universals would hold up to the wobble it would subject them to, I thought it would have at least taken out the rear seal yet its been running several times and setting in the same place for over 24 hrs and no drips, it's a shame because it is a nice sounding engine
I don't need that set of FMC front wheel weights on that other tractor lol I'm looking for 1 more set of 8in an 12in
That tractor and its' weights want nothing to do with you... you have history..
I wonder if a machine shop could straighten the crankshaft?
Thought the same thing, serial number and specs number put it beyond the bad oil pump era on the 532's , pretty much the fact that its a 2087 with the plastic dash and PTO
brake did as well. It's a shame, the engine sounds really good.
Edited by WrenchinOnIt, March 17, 2016 - 08:01 PM.