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Re: Anybody do any Ferg engine swaps

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PackardV8

10-10-2012 12:12:38
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I'm interested in an engine conversion too for my TE-20. Thus far the Ford tractor gas 4 cyl engine 8N or 9N has a mounting flange of only 14.5 inches diameter. Ferguson 15.5 inches diameter. Not sure how ez it is to find such ford tractor/model A or Model T engines. The Ford 2.0 (88 Ford ranger) with carb looks real close but starter motor mounting a problem.
My preference is to avoid diesel, prefer gasoline, avoid Fi, prefer carburetor. Would like an engine that is easy to obtain and easy to get parts for. Even a B+S vangaurd 30 hp type engine would be ok.

Something fast, ez, plentiful and cheap. There has GOT to be SOMETHING!!!
No offense to any of u diesel owners but quite frankly i wouldn't have a diesel engine in ANYTHING even if i found a brand new one for free. Not if I have to maintane a diesel engine. Of course as soon as i say that i will probably wind up with a diesel conversion after alll. :) :)

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10-10-2012 16:05:42
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 Re: Anybody do any Ferg engine swaps in reply to PackardV8, 10-10-2012 12:12:38  
That is why we like the Perkins, you only need to change the oil, no further maintenence until it needs rebuilding after about 30 years! Sam



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