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Joe r

10-26-2013 07:27:24
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Hey AceD,, Do you know what the letter designations are for the 4 cylinder diesels that will work on the D14? I downloaded a list of engine serial numbers but list does not identify which are gas or diesels. I'm not having much luck locating a 149 gas engine so maybe a 4 cyl diesel be easier to locate,,,?? I'm goin to go ahead and take the 149 block out of tractor so I can assemble on a stand should I ever find the parts. thanks Joe r

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10-26-2013 08:07:13
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 Re: Can you ID this for me? in reply to Joe r, 10-26-2013 07:27:24  
I've never seen one in person - i think they are much more rare than the gas engines. As for designation I would guess it could be a D175 since time frame was similar to G226 etc. As to markings on block, I think the D15 gas engines were stamped 15- plus serial number with suffix on edge of flange on left side where attaches to trans housing. I'd look for something starting or ending with D.



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