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12-12-2012 15:31:18

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I have a Worthington model G5 tractor that I'm not sure of the year or the motor that's in it. The # on the block is EAE 6015H and the head # is EAE 6090F. The reason I'm here is because someone told me it's a Ford motor and someone else said it's Continental motor. Do you guys have any ideas?

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12-13-2012 05:03:04

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 Re: Worthington Tractor in reply to Burkie, 12-12-2012 15:31:18  
According to John Smiths web site the EAE6015 is a 134 overhead valve engine.

Part number identifiers cast into 134 and 172 engine blocks (lower right side) EAE 6015 - 134 1953-1957 EAF 6015 - 172 1953-1957 310905 - 134 1958-1959 310609 - 172 1958-1959 B9NN-6015C - 134 late 1959 early 1960 B9NN-6015A - 144D late 1959 early 1960 B9NN6015J - 172 late 1959 early 1960 B9NN6015B - 172D late 1959 early 1960 C0NN-6015G - 134 sleeveless late 1962-1964 C0NN-6015H - 144D late 1960-1964 C0NN-6015C - 172D-G late 1960-1964 C0NN-6015J - 172 late 1960-1964


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Bob Purinton

12-13-2012 04:49:50

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 Re: Worthington Tractor in reply to Burkie, 12-12-2012 15:31:18  
dizzy = distributor

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12-12-2012 19:53:57

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 Re: Worthington Tractor in reply to Burkie, 12-12-2012 15:31:18  
I've also seen Worthington tractors that looked suspiciously like orange Massey Fergusons.

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Dell (WA)

12-12-2012 19:20:12

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 Re: Worthington Tractor in reply to Burkie, 12-12-2012 15:31:18  
Burkie........those are FORD flathead casting numbers. Unless you are rebuilding the engine, all you need to know for tune-up specs; count the nipples on the dizzy. 4-nipples is weird frontmount dizzy and you haffta remove the dizzy to replace the points. (0.015") Ittza 2-bolt, 15-min job to remove the frontmount dizzy and replace the points (0.015") on the kitchen table. Just un-snapple yer capple and letter dangle. Installation is a reversal of the removal ...except... finger start the 2-bolts, and install the rotor. Rotate the rotor until the OFF-SET drive tang fits the camshaft OFF-SET drive slot. Now tighten the 2-bolts and re-snapple yer capple. Simple, eh?

The 2-bolt OFF-SET timing scheme is always in time.

The more common looking 5-nipple sidemount points (0.025") Do NOT remove yer dizzy 'cuz you will haffta re-time it. NOT funn.

Remember to "polish" the INVISIBLE CORROSION from between the points after installation. Me? I use a clean $1-bill clamped between the points and PULL. Iff'n yer really cheap, tear a strip from HEAVY brown paper grocery sack and use that.

The Continental Motor is OHV (over head valve) while the Ford flathead valves are in the engine block.

DON'T MUCKA'ROUND with them handy-dandy carb tweek-ums. Iff'n you do, ASK and we'll give you eazy carb instructions. Manual ain't worth chitt on Marvel/Schebler carb.

Recommend you squander $25 (cheap) for the I&T FO-4 manual 'cuz it specializes in the Ford Flat Head engine. .........HTH, Dell

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12-13-2012 04:37:17

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 Re: Worthington Tractor in reply to Dell (WA), 12-12-2012 19:20:12  
What is a Dizzy ?


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12-13-2012 05:44:00

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 Re: Worthington Tractor in reply to Mimos, 12-13-2012 04:37:17  


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12-12-2012 18:09:29

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 Re: Worthington Tractor in reply to Burkie, 12-12-2012 15:31:18  
Those sound like Ford casting numbers.


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12-12-2012 15:53:16

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 Re: Worthington Tractor in reply to Burkie, 12-12-2012 15:31:18  
Does it look like a Ford or Conti?
Worthington made many tractors over the years using what was available at the time. Early models used Ford Model B/C drivetrain parts. Later models used Conti engines with Dodge trans and rear axle.

Tim Daley posted some photos on the N-Forums. Great time line photo of the evolution. Look in the history forum.

Post some photos of your unit.

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12-13-2012 18:16:51

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 Re: Worthington Tractor in reply to DanP, 12-12-2012 15:53:16  

I only want to know for sure what motor this is in case I need tune up parts. It had a couple stuck valves but I got them loosened up so hopefully in the next week I can get this running. It's been 20 years!!

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