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Re: OT: New Engine headed my way

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12-27-2012 08:36:38

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Ya they used the IXB in the OC-3 which at one time I also had and it too lacked the power you needed to slip a track. The OC-3 I had also had a ware loader on it with a pretty good size bucket on it. As for the cubic inches of a 60 I do not know I do know it has a bore of 3-5/16 and as per the NEB yest the Oliver 60 had just under 19HP

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12-28-2012 05:50:19

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 Re: OT: New Engine headed my way in reply to old, 12-27-2012 08:36:38  
I looked the Oliver 60 engine. Said it has a 120.6 ci. A "N" engine is 120 ci. This cletrac came with 113 ci. The new engine has 133 ci. You think maybe your old engine may had just been worn and had loss power? Wonder why Cletrac went with 113ci when all the other (same) blocks were bored to 133ci. I'm not saying your 60 engine doesn't have more power than mine with 12.4 more cubic inches. We all know there are ways to increase the power of an engine with out changing the cubic inches. But the manufacturer built them for years with the smaller engine. Seems the new buyers would had complained about the lack of power. And then the Military liked the hercules engine. They used them for years. I've heard a lots of people talk good of the Hercules engine. Term used alots is "Bullet Proof"
I hope I don't find I don't like it.

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12-28-2012 09:21:10

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 Re: OT: New Engine headed my way in reply to Fuddy Duddy, 12-28-2012 05:50:19  
Part of the problem it the Hercules engines are flat heads and you know how a flat head is a low compression engine so that most of the time means lower HP. The reason the Military liked them is because they where a simple engine as in most any body could make then run and yes as long as you had gas and oil most of the time they did run and when you had to count on it the military could most of the time. That all said the Cletrac crawlers where never made to have a loader or dozier on that all that was aftermarket stuff that lead to many other problems

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