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Re: installing sb chevy in H

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07-08-2014 18:02:06

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I'm with Allen. "Eye candy".It wont have any 'power' unless you wind 'er up tight.Dont know about a "kit",but there are 1000s of cases where someone has repowered an H or M(or any other tractor make/model).But it will look cool with twin stacks.......I recently(last winter) put a 2.8L Ford V6 in an F12.Looks cool,but wont pull the sled as far as an 'original' F12.Might have something to dpo with the 14.9x26 combine tires....

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07-08-2014 18:46:10

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 Re: installing sb chevy in H in reply to DeltaRed, 07-08-2014 18:02:06  
Saw an H with a Chevy 2.8 V6 in it. What made it work was the fact that the owner had pulled the belly pump out, and in the front of the tractor transmission had installed a 4-speed from an early S-10 with a bolt holding the shift rail in second gear...which happened to be right at a 2:1 gear ratio.

So the torque of the engine at the flywheel was doubled, and the ground speed more closely matched ground speed of the original H, as far as up through 3000-3400 rpm was concerned.

Might look into that...if you can find the right diameter clutch disc and spline count to make that work.

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