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Re: WD or WD45?

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Tramway guy

03-12-2013 06:26:26

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Could also be WD block with WD45 internals. Never know till you take it apart.

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Brian G. NY

03-12-2013 08:06:56

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 Re: WD or WD45? in reply to Tramway guy, 03-12-2013 06:26:26  
Tramway could be right. Anybody who has driven both the WD and the WD-45 would be able to tell by the sound whether it is the 4" stroke or 4.5" stroke engine.
Interestingly, the engine block is a 1948, the first year of the WD and the rear-end is a 1957, the last year of the WD-45.

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03-12-2013 07:50:59

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 Re: WD or WD45? in reply to Tramway guy, 03-12-2013 06:26:26  
Hate to take aprt, tractor was reported to have been sitting for over 3yrs and started right up and drove on and off trailer. Did not smoke do need to replace a rear tire and a rim on rear. Metal is straight just some surface rust that can be cleaned up. It will be a using tractor for my small acreage, plan to use with NH S69 baler to bale 20 acres. I really like the hand clutch when baling. Also got him to throw in some 3pt arms that were adapted to work with the snap coupler. Think I got a pretty good deal $600.

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03-12-2013 09:52:22

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 Re: WD or WD45? in reply to ewalker, 03-12-2013 07:50:59  
Good Deal

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