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Who made the d188?

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skidmark13

04-11-2012 17:02:22
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Who is the manufacturer of the 4 cyl "D188" diesel engine?




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RPM1941

04-19-2012 17:22:27
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 Re: Who made the d188? in reply to skidmark13, 04-11-2012 17:02:22  
I know that the D188 if its IH is a 4 cyl version of the 6 cyl D282 IH diesel glow plug start made in USA.



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skidmark13

04-12-2012 19:10:45
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 Re: Who made the d188? in reply to red826ih, 04-11-2012 17:02:22  
Hey, Bud, no wonder there was confusion, too many 188's! That's another reason why I considered it possible that they were all produced by a third party. I don't know about the "G" prefix meaning gasoline, especially as the model number ends in "D" (diesel) in my case (G188D). "G" may be a production run sequence similar to the dozer model "310G".

I also have a Case 310E dozer with a Ford gas 4cyl engine.
This post was edited by skidmark13 at 19:20:17 04/12/12.

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CHinNY

04-13-2012 05:56:29
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 Re: Who made the d188? in reply to skidmark13, 04-12-2012 19:10:45  
There was a 310 with that same combo in my area lost track of it in late years i'm in Central NY



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Case Nutty 1660

04-12-2012 19:51:14
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 Re: Who made the d188? in reply to skidmark13, 04-12-2012 19:10:45  
wow your 310 has been modified as they came with a 148 Case gas engine from the factory cnt



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skidmark13

04-12-2012 05:47:40
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 Re: Who made the d188? in reply to H-3 Fan, 04-11-2012 17:02:22  
It's a G188D in a Case 310G which places it anywhere from '64 to '70 (can't read the SN plate yet)but I'm satisfied with CASE as the mfg. especially as "Case Manufacturing" is stamped on the engine SN plate.



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2x4

04-11-2012 21:52:08
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 Re: Who made the d188? in reply to skidmark13, 04-11-2012 17:02:22  
new or old engine? China Diesel makes a D188 engine



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skidmark13

04-11-2012 18:05:05
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 Re: Who made the d188? in reply to H-3 Fan, 04-11-2012 17:02:22  
Thanks for the replies. I guess that does away with all the references I've seen about the IH 188D!

I didn't post it in the CASE forum 'cause I needed a wider audience in case it was made by Detroit, Cummins, Cat or whatever.



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Bud Tierney

04-12-2012 12:36:22
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 Re: Who made the d188? in reply to skidmark13, 04-11-2012 18:05:05  
Skid: Well, maybe..IH does list a 4cyl D188, 3.668x4.391, which I assume is a diesel...
Case lists a G188 3.813x4.125, and a G188B and a G188D with same b/s (the Case list also shows these as 188, 188B and 188D)...here I assume G=gasoline/LPG and the "B" and "D" are variations...
I don't follow Case or IH so not familiar with their terminology...
Many (most?) people aren't that precise when talking about engines, and could easily refer to the IH "D188" as a "188D", meaning "the 188 diesel" without realizing it could be confused with the Case engines...

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Case Nutty 1660

04-11-2012 17:20:44
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 Re: Who made the d188? in reply to skidmark13, 04-11-2012 17:02:22  
if you are talking a 188D Case made them starting in 1960



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Hoss in Me

04-11-2012 17:19:13
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 Re: Who made the d188? in reply to skidmark13, 04-11-2012 17:02:22  
I would venture on over to the Case forum and askem. Hoss



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