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Re: MM Power units

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01-17-2014 03:37:54

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I got hold of one too -this engine has positive crankcase ventilation ---look at the picture and you can see the steel lines coming from the cast iron valve covers to the intake manifold ---the radiator has TWIN CITY casted on the top tank-----real neat since it is nearly 60 years plus old----

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01-17-2014 03:51:57

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 Re: MM Power units in reply to mmoon, 01-17-2014 03:37:54  
mmoon , Yes it does have Twin Cities on the radiator any pics of yours? Have you found any parts sources? My intake manifold is busted. Thanks

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01-17-2014 06:23:12

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 Re: MM Power units in reply to Brad Metcalf, 01-17-2014 03:51:57  
Brad--as far as I know the parts are inter -changeable with the 500 series engines --the thing that made these engines different was the stroke ---the heads are the same as other molines except for thickness ---the jugs are the same as a 403 or 336 except for height 6in. ---the manifolds should work off of a six cyl tractor engine -Jeff Garvert 308-946-2146 -the engine I have is in new condition except that it was setting outside and got water in it--it was stuck --we took apart and it does not look like it ever ran ------ lee----410 -398- 6610

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