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BT in Neb.

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Nebraska Kirk

02-10-2013 15:31:39
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How is your friend doing on the 10-20 with the bad clutch? I did check the F30 engine that I have apart and it has the 460D flywheel which is the same as the 10-20. I know the parts books show different numbers for the F30 versus the 10-20 flywheel for the single disc clutch. So maybe my F30 engine has a 10-20 flywheel? In either event I don't see why an F30 flywheel won't work on a 10-20.\

I checked with my friend with the parts 10-20 and he said the multi-disc clutch in it is pretty well shot too....
This post was edited by Nebraska Kirk at 15:36:19 02/10/13.

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F-Dean

02-11-2013 05:35:44
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 Re: BT in Neb. in reply to Nebraska Kirk, 02-10-2013 15:31:39  
IHC never threw anything away. If they had an extra part that would fit another tractor, they would use it.

This would explain why your F-30 has a 10-20 flywheel and my W-30 has a 10-20 block.



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Nebraska Kirk

02-10-2013 19:01:16
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 Re: BT in Neb. in reply to Nebraska Kirk, 02-10-2013 15:31:39  
Would you send me an email sometime, krinne@windstream.net I am curious how in depth you went on your F30. I know it sure sounds good! Was also wondering how much work you had to do to the engine.
After I get the 10-20 rebuilt I am thinking I should do my '35 F30 next since it is already torn apart.



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BT in NE

02-10-2013 17:35:15
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 Re: BT in Neb. in reply to Nebraska Kirk, 02-10-2013 15:31:39  
Thanks for the update, Kirk. He is still looking for parts to swap the whole works like we had talked about. Kinda got me to thinking I should check my spare flywheel and see what # it is. If it will work, all we should need would be the shaft with bearing to make the swap. BT



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