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Re: D12,14,15 Engine

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12-14-2012 05:54:40

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IIRC the D15 tractors used a short frame assembly that went from the front of the transmission up to the front pedestal. There is a plate with 4 bolts that attaches front of the motor and then attaches to both frame rails on either side.
The C has the front pedestal mounted right to the front of the motor correct? Looked at the parts book and it looks like it uses a 4 bolt flange, and that is what is on the front of the D15 motor. Now if the bolt spacing and such is the same I don't know.

Looks like I won't be coming down. My folks are coming up instead and will be returning down that way around the 1st of the year. If your interested I can get pictures the parts I have. Only thing is I would need payment before I load it on a trailer for my father to have to deal with.

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12-14-2012 17:21:28

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 Re: D12,14,15 Engine in reply to chevytaHOE5674, 12-14-2012 05:54:40  
Pictures would be great! If possible could you take some pictures around the front end and those 4 moutning points and if its not too much trouble possibly even hold a tape measure up there so I get an approximate idea as to the spacing.

I can definitely understand payment before loading. If your parents would be ok with bring it back that would be fantastic.

Please send the pictures to my email if you could:

Thanks for the help.


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