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01-05-2013 17:08:29

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I am just finishing my overhaul, it is expensive to rebuild them too if you are doing it right. New kit, line bored, deck blocked, head redone, injection pump, is right at about $5,000. But it is still American Made, and made with quality. I have another that was gas we are just putting a cummings in as well and that project will be about $3000 without the engine, but the cummins we are hoping will last longer, a few more horses, and better on fuel. Total proejct we are hoping for about 9,000-10,000 all done.

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01-05-2013 17:10:51

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 Re: engine transplant 1750 in reply to mlansing7836, 01-05-2013 17:08:29  
Probably would have cost less and given you a better tractor if you'd have found an 1850 diesel that was beat in to the ground,used the frame from that and a Perkins out of a low hour combine.

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01-05-2013 18:04:08

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 Re: engine transplant 1750 in reply to rrlund, 01-05-2013 17:10:51  
I did bought a 1850 for the tub, frount end, bellhousing and a few other parts. The costly stuff is hte flywheel to bolt to a cummins, hub and clutch. But I know it is done right as well. The $2000 is the Wide frount end to the tractor everything i needed minus the engine.

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01-06-2013 07:35:02

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 Re: engine transplant 1750 in reply to mlansing7836, 01-05-2013 18:04:08  
I'd forget about the Cummins. Was any part of the 354 Perkins in the 1850 that you bought? If you have that engine to rob the parts from,all you need is a 354 Perkins from one of many different makes and models of Massey or White combine.

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