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Harry j. Case

12-09-2013 20:49:19

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Just wondering when the transition from the angled exhaust to the straight up through the hood (WD style)went into production. Also, did they stay with the angled style for the all fuel manifold? Thanks and Merry Christmas to everyone!

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12-10-2013 13:44:41

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 Re: WC manifolds in reply to Harry j. Case, 12-09-2013 20:49:19  
If it's any help , I have a 1939 wc and I'm sure it's the first change over in style like the wd , my pipe goes straight up through the hood

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12-10-2013 12:57:00

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 Re: WC manifolds in reply to Harry j. Case, 12-09-2013 20:49:19  
Dad"s styled (believe 1939) had the side exhaust manifold and a straight pipe. I remember the sn as 77717. Had 13-24 inch rears.

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David R Inman

12-10-2013 12:26:25

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 Re: WC manifolds in reply to Harry j. Case, 12-09-2013 20:49:19  
The link below is the only thing I know of that gives a ball park as to what year motor W-106509 is.
It says mid-late 1940. So after stilted had been in production a little while.

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12-10-2013 02:48:21

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 Re: WC manifolds in reply to Harry j. Case, 12-09-2013 20:49:19  
All WC's with multi-fuel engines had the side manifold, Gas motors manifold changed at the below serial number. Even many of the Kero engines got changed to the up manifold after they were no longer offered by Allis. wc side manifold photo scan0005.jpgL]

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Harry j. Case

12-10-2013 18:08:57

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 Re: WC manifolds in reply to JoeM(GA), 12-10-2013 02:48:21  
Thanks everyone for the information, especially on the all fuel manifold.

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big jt

12-09-2013 22:22:32

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 Re: WC manifolds in reply to Harry j. Case, 12-09-2013 20:49:19  
I think it was in 1939 when the tractors were styled. You will see some unstyled with straight up exhaust but these were cases of conversions when either the manifold needed replaced or maybe in the case of a proper gasoline conversion.


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