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C301 engine swap in a 706 - carb problem?

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04-25-2014 21:30:16

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Finishing up with this c301 in a 706. This Engine came out of a 715 combine with its original carb. the carb on the tractor has the inlet facing forward not backward like in the combine. Is it as simple as disassembling the carb to put the linkage on the opposite side? Need help!

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randy hall

04-26-2014 09:09:55

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 Re: C301 engine swap in a 706 - carb problem? in reply to freddy, 04-25-2014 21:30:16  
do you have any buddies at a machine shop? just got done changing one over. you need to mill and drill the boss on the other side of the throttle shaft and the choke. it's not rocket science.

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Allan In NE

04-26-2014 03:26:27

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 Re: C301 engine swap in a 706 - carb problem? in reply to freddy, 04-25-2014 21:30:16  
How about using the carb from the original engine?


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04-26-2014 07:09:39

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 Re: C301 engine swap in a 706 - carb problem? in reply to Allan In NE, 04-26-2014 03:26:27  
This is a diesel to gas engine swap. This is a old worn tractor and after the freshly overhauled D282 engine broke a valve and destroyed just about everything we decided to go the cheap way we thought in fixing it.

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The tractor vet

04-26-2014 08:56:36

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 Re: C301 engine swap in a 706 - carb problem? in reply to freddy, 04-26-2014 07:09:39  
Head is not clear enough this morning to see that carb , But i do not think it is as easy to flip around . . BUT if you have to get a new carb make sure that it is off a 301 as jetting differs from C263 and the C291 . The wrong carb will cause the engine to run lean and lean is mean and will destroy the engine.

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