Does anyone have any info on torque sequence for International D282? A used manual for rebuilding engine also any info on which engines may bolt up to the 282 flywheel & bell housing? Looks like it's a converted gas engine to diesel? Came out of 1959 Hough Wheel loader.
Re: IH D282 engine in reply to P Backus, 04-25-2006 06:40:03
Paul The D282 is just that a gas running on diesel. It the first D282's the crank was same part number' all had samw bearings same block just bored for the bigger pistons for the D282 and yes they did well.
Re: IH D282 engine in reply to Aces, 04-25-2006 10:36:18
I was looking in my I&T manual and yes, it seems to be similar to the C263 engine in specs. And, as promised, I am surprised! Usually when that sort of thing is done, they end up with problems, but the D282 is a good motor. Huh, I learned something today! Paul
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