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Re: allis d19 puller help

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06-03-2013 16:31:40

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when i built mine, i put a 7-3 leafspring in the pump and turned it all the way up. a garret T04 turbo, stock injectors, .020 over pistons, portmatched head and manifolds, 5 angle valve grind, and light smoothing on the intake runners around the valves added up to 130 pto hp. you will need to use ARP head studs and a copper head gasket because it will make over 30psi boost. it is an extremely competitive tractor. it's for sale, btw. rebuilding those 262's can get pricey fast.

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piece by piece

06-04-2013 13:46:15

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 Re: allis d19 puller help in reply to bigchief92, 06-03-2013 16:31:40  
I'm surprised that you can get enough fuel out of stock pump were did you get your 7-3 lefspring thanks

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06-08-2013 06:19:15

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 Re: allis d19 puller help in reply to piece by piece, 06-04-2013 13:46:15  
i got mine from a local john deere dealer that does injection pumps. is's a stanadyne piece. i wish i had the part number handy. but i would take dan's advice seriously. this project was not cheap and these motors cant take too much.

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06-23-2013 17:29:09

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 Re: allis d19 puller help in reply to bigchief92, 06-08-2013 06:19:15  
Yeah, if you used them every day you had to plug them in or you'd crack the head, and then you couldn't shut them down anywhere near being still hot.

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