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Re: C-169 Production

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D Slater

10-18-2013 13:47:23

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Yes that's a replacement block number. Fuel pump could be mounted on the carburetor side and the block was drilled behind the plate for a push rod to camshaft. IH also used that block for a SH block replacement. But when used to replace a original SH block it required a different Piston and sleeve set.

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Absent Minded Farmer

10-18-2013 20:58:26

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 Re: C-169 Production in reply to D Slater, 10-18-2013 13:47:23  





Well, if I did this right, there should be a bunch of pictures on your end of the string. If not, I'll try again tomorrow when I'm more awake.

Yes, it looks like there should be a fuel pump where the plate is. There's a support for a pushrod near the cam area.

I'd really didn't think I would run across such a find as this & I'd like to source as many NOS parts as I can for this project. The engine will eventually end up in my '42 H & power my mower & hay conditioner. It looks like a Firecrater set (@ Weber's) is in order for this job, but I just don't know if I want to keep it a 169 or bore it to a 175. I'd guess the 47 predicted HP for the 169 with the Firecrater set should be plenty enough power for the job. The H was a stock job & 26 HP was ok in average hay. The armpit high 1st crop we had this year was a bit much for it. The blasting medium in the engine may not have been much of a help, either.


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