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Re: D176G waukesha ?????

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J. W. Schwiebert

03-13-2014 16:49:34

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Mike: that tells me it is in a Clark lift truck. Now you know how it goes, I had a D176G parts book from when I taught school. I never used it so I am 99% sure it is no more. However when both my boy and I were involved with Victor gaskets and Clark lift trucks I know they also used the basic D-155G engine as in a 550. There was one in the shop several years ago with that engine and I know it has a Waukesha casting number but not an Oliver casting number. If I remember right the oil pan gasket is different. Also FYI they made a few of those as direct injection diesels! That small 1.750 rod journal was there down fall according to an old Clark dealer. I would call Arrow and see if they can tell you if the back of the block is the same. I do know you could also get the D155 in the same model forklift as the 176.

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Dick W.

03-16-2014 15:29:25

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 Re: D176G waukesha ????? in reply to J. W. Schwiebert, 03-13-2014 16:49:34  
Was there ever a direct injection head for the 155 engine? Industrial applications?

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