If it was me and I could get it for $150 or so I would buy it even if it was just for the parts. I wouldn't go to the trouble of installing it into a tractor before taking it apart though. If it does have a 20 head that you don't need and its in good condition you could recoup some of your cash by selling it. You may be able to recondition and use the head from your stuck Z129 on the 'new' engine. Until you take apart both engines you won't know the true story of either.
Re: How to buy a rebuilt motor update 2- question in reply to Dan S (NY), 12-18-2012 09:33:53
Thanks for your thoughts. Strange enough, on my stuck 30, they said the head was cracked and purchased a good used head, but re-installed the bad head a year or so later. So I have 2 heads 1 good and 1 bad... supposedly.
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