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Re: 400 lp cylinder head identification

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D Slater

02-11-2013 07:53:57

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First 400 with what most call a LP head was serial 28211. Before that the same head casting that was used as the gas tractors. To ID a late 400 or a 450 LP head, look to left and click on parts and pieces. Then put LP head in the search box. Find the picture of a 450 LP head. Look how its made above the intake and exhaust ports. Lot different than the other heads. Should at least have a letter after the engine serial number if it came LP.

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02-11-2013 09:16:05

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 Re: 400 lp cylinder head identification in reply to D Slater, 02-11-2013 07:53:57  
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This one?

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D Slater

02-11-2013 18:04:47

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 Re: 400 lp cylinder head identification in reply to sflem849, 02-11-2013 09:16:05  
Yes that one was used on 450 and part of the 400 LP tractors. Parts books list a engine serial number break for 400 tractors. I posted the tractor serial number above that the engine came in. After you see how that head is made compared to others, all you need to do is reach up under a hood and feel above the manifold to tell if its the small combustion chamber LP head.

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