Re: ford with detroit diesel in reply to Jerry/MT, 12-08-2012 19:51:55
"The JD 435 had a DD 2-53 rated at 30 hp"
You are confusing engine HP and PTO HP. Also, the 2-53 was derated with smaller injectors in the 435; an earlier Allis HD5 crawler was rated at 47 belt HP using the 2-53 with different fueling and perhaps higher compression.
Re: ford with detroit diesel in reply to pete black, 12-08-2012 12:36:37
The better question might be wether or not the engine can handle the drivetrain... I can think of a lot better things to do that fit a screaming, leaking, 2 cylinder vibrating gutless wonder into half decent tractor chassis. I've often said... that 53 and 71 series detroits were the most efficient means known to man for converting diesel fuel into smoke and noise.
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