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Re: 188 vs 148

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oldmisterbill

10-18-2013 13:13:03
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Interesting _ have a 310 industrial (roundnose) gotta do an overhaul on the engine this winter. I also have a 300 tricycle (roundnose) that burned , I bought it for parts the engone is totally wasted. Then I have a 310 forklift (square nose - now parts). The starter off the 148 square nose is different from the roundnose starter yet they are 148s. The 430 is a 431 (If I can make the deal work (got to move it 600 miles) I think I can save the engine. I just got a 6ft Mott flail mower and hope to use it on the 430. I have children that aren't making enough $ and want to get 3 of them working on their own - mowing - lawn care - stump grinding etc. I never felt in this world it is good to depend on one job. When my turn comes I want to know they can provide for them and my grandchildren. I have a real nice Ferguson TO-30 I want to use for trading material.

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10-18-2013 14:23:02
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 Re: 188 vs 148 in reply to oldmisterbill, 10-18-2013 13:13:03  
Sorry, I forgot about the 6V and 12V two bolt starter tractors with 148 engines in them. They are diff. My mind was on the later 12V with 3 bolt starters. When the round nose tractors were built, and the 300B they had 148 engines with 2 bolt starters or Continental diesels in them. A totally diff animal.
Loren



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 Re: 188 vs 148 in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-18-2013 14:23:02  
Thanks Loren - That rings a bell the forklift has a 3 bolt 12volt. Isn't the engine the same though, and the bell housing what has been changed? I need to take a ride and have a look see. Every thing I am looking at is gas.



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