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Harry in Ky

03-31-2013 11:26:27

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I've never done it, but by the parts book, it looks to me a that 236 or a 248 would fit. The 236 will be easier to find, I think. They only show one flywheel and one engine adapter plate with either engine. I don't remember exactly how the front of the engine bolts to the frame but I can't imagine how the 236 would be any different from the 248

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03-31-2013 15:15:46

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 Re: 175 d engine in reply to Harry in Ky, 03-31-2013 11:26:27  
Thanks Harry. I will be on the look out for either one. Why would you think the 236 would be easier to locate? Where more produced or where more of this size used in other tractors? Thanks again.

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Harry in Ky

04-01-2013 18:14:06

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 Re: 175 d engine in reply to BCB, 03-31-2013 15:15:46  
The 236 was commonly used as an industrial powerplant for pumps, generators,etc. Hesston put them in swathers for years, and I've seen them in other machines as well. The 248's I see are mainly in tractors.

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04-02-2013 15:27:51

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 Re: 175 d engine in reply to Harry in Ky, 04-01-2013 18:14:06  
Thank you. That sounds like a great suggestion. I will definatly be looking around for a 236.

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