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Deutz F4M1011 timing belt tools and procedures


Created On Wednesday 6, October, 2004 4:07 PM by V8b2000

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V8b2000
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Note Wednesday October 06, 2004 16:07 View thread in raw text format
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I work on a fleet of Deutz F4M1011s and one of them just popped the timing belt the other day. Normally, I've been changing them every 5000 hours as a precautionary measure. When I'd change it, I would be very careful to not move the sprockets while the belt was off, set the tension to what I thought felt right, and I've been lucky so far--they've all run great afterwards. This situation is different since I don't have the special tools and procedure to reset both crank and cam to TDC. I know some of the pushrods will be trashed and I'm prepared to deal with that. Anyone out there know where to get the special tool (hopefully not from the Fatherland) and know how to do this???

I would greatly appreciate any help provided!

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Note Wednesday October 27, 2004 08:02 View thread in raw text format
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Call me I either rent the tools or sell the toos. 203/265-7871
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kiwi
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Note Wednesday May 31, 2006 21:32 View thread in raw text format
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According to Deutz the belt should be replaced every 3000Hours

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deutzcanada
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Note Saturday March 24, 2007 16:10 View thread in raw text format
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Were you able to obtain the tools and procedure you were looking for?
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vampire13
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I have exactly same problem... Just made the tools.. but need to be shure on the rest of the procedure...Stoped in the rebuiding of the engine due not knowing how to obtain correct timing of CAM and CS...... any help?? my email is carl_8181@hotmail.com if any images are aviable from shop manual.... also valve clearances . please.. Thanks in advance from Venezuela

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