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Old 05-13-2007, 10:56 PM
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Om616/240d

I have an OM616.011.28.01 that came out of my girlfriends car not putting it back in there but my dad wants to put it in his Case skid steer well I pulled the pan on it and its got a spun rod bearing so Im in need of an oil pump, 2 connecting rods and a good used crankshaft if anyone has them please let me know thank you very much
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Old 05-13-2007, 11:26 PM
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Ok, are those the cast or stamped #'s? I have 3 good con rods with pistons out of a 616.912 (stamped) engine from an '80 240D, the cast # was 616 011 28 01.
It had tossed #1 rod thru the block so the crank is no good.
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Old 05-14-2007, 12:12 AM
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those are the numbers that came off the block right behind the injector pump thaks for the reply
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Old 05-14-2007, 10:39 PM
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those are the numbers that came off the block right behind the injector pump thaks for the reply
Ok, so the cast numbers in the center of the block immediately to the rear of the IP then? The stamped #'s are in the rear corner of the block, just under the head gasket, on the same side as the IP, those are the #'s that everyone really goes by to determine an engine. What year is the GF's car? If later than 77 it should be a W123 chassis, and the stamped #'s you will find should begin with 617.912, usually followed by 10, then the actual serial # of the engine (which you will need to know for getting correct valve train & other internal parts). The casting # really doesn't have much significance in anything, as it was used in a broad spectrum. If it turns out you need/want those con rod/piston assy's, how about $10 each + shipping?
I forgot to mention yesterday that the oil pump in that engine was also demolished by the flying rod. (now mounted on my shop's "wall of glory" in its new s-shaped form) So I only have 3 good rods, no crank or pump.
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Old 05-15-2007, 08:47 AM
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Look for parts by engine serial #. It is stamped on the block behind the oil filter canister. There were some important but subtle changes during the OM616 run..
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Old 05-15-2007, 10:04 PM
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As Benzcrusher & I both said..lol

Just out of curiousity, which rod spun on you? was it #1? the 616's are seemingly notorious for it, and for yet inexplicable reasons.
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Old 05-16-2007, 08:13 AM
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ya it was good old number 1, the crazy thing to me is that number 1 main is in perfect shape you think it would be just as torn up, got the rest of the engine cleaned up and it has some major pitting in the top of #3 liner so I dont know wether this engine is going to be fixed just have to see how much its guna cost to fix
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Old 05-16-2007, 11:57 PM
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It is kind of weird when they go, the one I pulled from my 80 that shot the rod, everything else looked perfectly fine in it as far as rods and mains, yet it shot that rod so hard it blackened the crank journal, smashed the pump, grenaded the piston, and made an "s" out of the rod after busting a 2" hole in the upper pan and block.

If the bores are messed up, its probably just as well to part that engine and find another running one, they are cheap and plentiful enough. Moreso than the 5 cyl 617's as they are less in demand. Fact is, the one I pulled from the 82, the guy said it ran tops before the trans died. It sat 2 yrs in his garage, I did get it to run, but took a lot of glowing and cranking, and ran labored. I did find the filters and such full of black sludge and his garage was damp, so I suspect algae to be the culprit, however I pulled it out during the restoration before I got far into it since I plan to put the larger engine in with a manual trans. I plan to get it set up on a running stand and go thru it to find out why its labored, and if it just needs a diesel purge or the like get it going well again and probably sell it, as I won't be needing it for adapting to the 64 as I had originally planned. I might also decide to pull that old air colled Monarch diesel (with occasional random oil pressure loss issues) out of my shop generator and stuff that thing in it's place too,lol.
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Old 05-17-2007, 11:33 PM
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I have the rods, crank, and oil pump from a 77 240D if Chris's parts don't match what you need. I can post my casting number if needed.

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Old 06-11-2007, 08:51 AM
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240D crank?

Glenn-
Do you still have the 240D engine parts? I am rebuilding an '82 (engine # 616 912 10 297323) and need a crank and rods. Thanks!

Mike

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I have the rods, crank, and oil pump from a 77 240D if Chris's parts don't match what you need. I can post my casting number if needed.

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Old 06-11-2007, 09:51 AM
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I once picked up a 240D man. tranny parts car due to the #1 rod through the block. The PO had the car for his teenager. Threw #1 through the block, replaced engine, repeate, sold the car out of frustration.
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