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Re: Propane carb

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David R Inman

11-02-2012 12:17:30
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Most claim the WD did not come with the "duel fule" Ensign Gasoline/ LPG carb. However, the WD/WD45 parts book lists 70226076 as the Carburetor, combination (ensign no 2554) as for the WD, and 70226714 as the Carburetor, combination (Ensign no. 3060) See link.

Now, from what I"ve seen, to find either of the ensign cabs listed, you will likely need to part with a large part of your wallet. And even if you do manage to find one, no one on this form seams to know what to do if you need to rebuild it.

Search the archives of the allis board here for Ensign MG1 and you will find some about the Ensign carb we have with a WD45. I didn"t re read what is posted there, but if the LP carb you have is stamped MG1 where it bolts to the manifold, it is the same LP carb as used on the D series AC"s.

Hope that helps you some.

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Bruce Bushnell

11-02-2012 15:49:36
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 Re: Propane carb in reply to David R Inman, 11-02-2012 12:17:30  

These are pictures of the tractors. The propane tractor has an ensign carb. Couldn't see any no. on it. Curious about connection on bottom. Copper tubing coming out of it

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Bruce Bushnell

11-02-2012 15:45:58
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 Re: Propane carb in reply to David R Inman, 11-02-2012 12:17:30  
These are pictures of the tractors. The propane tractor has an ensign carb. Couldn't see any no. on it. Curious about connection on bottom. Copper tubing coming out of it



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Bruce Bushnell

11-02-2012 15:54:55
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 Re: Propane carb in reply to Bruce Bushnell, 11-02-2012 15:45:58  

Picure there now?



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Jerry Coulter

11-02-2012 18:22:27
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 Re: Propane carb in reply to Bruce Bushnell, 11-02-2012 15:54:55  
The propane tractor has an after-market conversion. The copper tube coming off the carburetor top supplies vacuum to the fuel valve which shuts off fuel when engine is stopped. You should have to momentarily hold a bleeder valve open to provide fuel to start the engine.



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