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I have a bulldozer John Deere 1010 gas and I have a problem with the engine, I have a broken liner. And it is hard to find used parts for this engine. I wonder if there is other John Deere motor kind I can put on the transmission of my bulldozer

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Luc,

I dont know if i am to late on this, but ill throw this out there anyway...im pretty sure the only equipment that used that style block were the 1010, 2010 and model 45 combines, MAYBE the ol 55's but dont quote me on that. The replacement model 20 series used a different style block. About the only saving grace is that you can use either the gas or the diesel as a direct replacement.

the 1010 and 2010 style block used a block with a deck plate that had liners basically soldered to them, making them very one off ish. Replacement deck plates can be bought for about 1500 bucks, at least for the diesel models, so i would guess the gas models are in the same ball park. Once again, i am no expert.

My diesel 2010 dozer had a stuck motor, but i was able to find a 2010 diesel tractor that had a bad transmission, so i was able to pick it up cheaper than just the deck plate cost. Last i checked, a major overhaul kit for the diesel was like 4 to 5 grand.

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I found this information elsewhere but it was very useful information when I was also looking for another option for an engine:

Here's some info. The 145, 155, and 165 will replace a 1010 engine regardless if a 115 gas or a 145 diesel.

“H” is “Harvester Works, “T” is “Dubuque”,
“G” is “gasoline” and “L” is “LP gas.”
Some 45 Combines have Hercules JX-4C-3
180 Power Unit is not a 1010/2010 type engine



Deere 45 combine engines:

145 Power Unit
165 Power Unit
155 Power Unit
165 Power Unit



HA-155D sleeveless engine used in 45 combine
HB-145L
HB-145G
TA-145G
TA-145L

HA-165D - diesel used in 45 combine - ser # 45-2996 - 45-46000)
HA-165G - gas used in 45 combine - ser # 45-35001 - 45-46000
HB-165D - diesel used in 40 combine
HB-165G - gas used in 111 peanut combine
 

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Luc,

I dont know if i am to late on this, but ill throw this out there anyway...im pretty sure the only equipment that used that style block were the 1010, 2010 and model 45 combines, MAYBE the ol 55's but dont quote me on that. The replacement model 20 series used a different style block. About the only saving grace is that you can use either the gas or the diesel as a direct replacement.

the 1010 and 2010 style block used a block with a deck plate that had liners basically soldered to them, making them very one off ish. Replacement deck plates can be bought for about 1500 bucks, at least for the diesel models, so i would guess the gas models are in the same ball park. Once again, i am no expert.

My diesel 2010 dozer had a stuck motor, but i was able to find a 2010 diesel tractor that had a bad transmission, so i was able to pick it up cheaper than just the deck plate cost. Last i checked, a major overhaul kit for the diesel was like 4 to 5 grand.

Good luck with it
t lock i have a 2010 crawler would like to ask you some ? about mine i see you have one . you get a chance hit me up 3072990761 thanks.
 
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