You just bought a new water pump for your Perkins, Ford, Continental or Deutz engine. This tech tip shows you how to achieve maximum life and performance from your new Perkins, Continental or Deutz replacement water pump.Read More
This Dr. Diesel™ Tech Tip is designed to help you correctly install one of our Foley Hytork™ solid state distributors in your Wisconsin engine model VH4D, W41770, V465D, TJD, THD or VG4D engine. The installation instructions are largely the same for Continental engine models F227, F245, F244, F226, F163 and F162 as well as the Perkins G4.236 gas engine.Read More
This Tech Tip focuses on the Continental TM27 and TMD27 Series
Foley Engines has long specialized in Continental engines as used in forklifts and other industrial applications.
The TM27 and TMD27 Series Continental Engines have proved themselves to be workhorses in many industrial applications. This modern overhead valve design engine, a first for Teledyne Continental, was introduced in 1980 to replace the familiar flathead F Series Continental. This new TM series industrial engine featured an engine cylinder head designed by the world famous British consulting firm, Ricardo Engineering.
Helpful tips on installing a Continental Engine water pump
This Tech Tip is one of a series that we publish on maintaining industrial and marine engines and power takeoffs. This Tech Tip focuses on how to install a replacement water pump and pulley on your Continental Red Seal industrial engine. Please call us for further information, a Workshop Manual for your Continental engine or if you wanted to order a new water pump.
How To identify and order the correct pump
This Tech Tip is one of a series we publish for people who own or work on Perkins, Ford, Continental, Chrysler Industrial, Hercules, Deere and Deutz engines. It focuses on water pumps and gives some handy tips on water pump identification and how to order a water pump.
This Foley Tech Tip, one of a series that we publish, discusses methods we have developed in our remanufacturing center for saving worn Deutz, Continental, and Wisconsin engine block castings. These methods include sleeving and judicious boring. Your comments are welcome.Read More
Dr. Diesel™ helping you install an ignition coil
A lot of us played video games while in school and never picked up basic blue collar mechanical skills. Dr. Diesel™ has come to the rescue of you video game slackers. This Tech Tip shows you how to install an ignition coil without damaging it, your engine, or even yourself.
Helpful guide regarding the installation of a Continental or Perkins Water Pump Pulley
A lot of us these days never grew up on farms or have military experience where basic mechanical skills were taught. This Tech Tip shows you how to install a water pump pulley without breaking it or, more likely, ruining your new water pump.
Helpful settings guide for your Continental Tappett
Over the years, industrial engines have evolved from flathead to overhead valve, from single camshafts mounted in the engine blocks to one or even two overhead camshafts. For you flathead Continental fans, we offer the chart below.