Is Your Tractor’s Performance Sub-Par? Crossley Automotive Machine Shop Can Help

Love your tractor but dissatisfied with its performance? You likely have to look no further than its engine block. The engine block is one of the engine’s central, most important components. It contains the cylinder heads and crankcase and works to allow fuel in for more ignition, before compressing down exhaust to allow for it to effectively burn. When properly operating at the highest capacity, it has many benefits such as peak performance, reduced downtime, reduced maintenance expenses, high fuel efficiency, and extended life. This can often be achieved with oversizing. 

Improving Your Engine Block

Oversizing increases the engine’s power by shaping bigger bores and outfitting them with larger pistons so that they are able to take in more fuel and burn more exhaust at once. While it may sound like a simple process, it is quite tedious. You may have the inclination to try it yourself, but even the slightest mistake with grinding the piston rings will lead to oil being pumped into your spark plugs. Then you will be forced to start all over again, wasting both time and money. 

An Engine Machine Shop That Can Help

At Crossley Machines, our auto mechanics know how important it is to have your tractor running at peak level performance. We take on the oversizing process for you. From grinding out and relining the bores, to fitting the oversized piston rings just right, we know how to improve your engine. Using top-notch precision, we ensure that there will be zero oil leaks in the combustion chamber, and make sure that there are no deposits clogging the oil and coolant lines so that they can flow freely without restriction. 

Car and Auto Repair Serving Bloomsburg PA and Orangeville

If you are tired of having a tractor with sub-par experience, making your use of it – whether for crops or racing – slower and more difficult, it may be time for you to upgrade and oversize your engine block. Crossley Automotive Machine shop has been offering many fantastic services since 1994. From engine assembly, to flow-bench testing, and from circle track engines and off road racing engines, to the restoration of engines, including diesel and small engines, we know our stuff. Let us help make your engine better. To learn more or schedule an appointment, you visit us online, call us at 570-784-1661, or email us at [email protected] today!

2 replies
  1. Mia Evans
    Mia Evans says:

    Thanks for helping me understand that a slight grind to the piston rings would cause the oil to be pumped to the spark plugs. I guess that could be the cause of the issue in the tractor of my uncle because he might have overworked the machine yesterday. Now, he might need a replacement part for that aspect if ever, so he should look for a supplier and professional to get this done before the weekend.


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