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Re: ISO 8.3 cummins

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03-16-2014 18:17:07

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While I would be inclined to put a 5.9 in also, there wouldn't be a thing wrong with putting a 8.3 in. They're not any bigger than a 478, depending on the HP desired and application, the SAE 3 parts could be used so no modifications to the 3 speed would be necessary. With the proper exhaust manifold, putting the turbo in a location that allows the factory air cleaner located in the factory position and eliminating the need to modify sheet metal is not a issue.

Garret, depending on what you want in a engine, I have one out of a White 6195 that has 10,000 hours on it but ran fine every day until they ran the powershift out of oil and decided the tractor wasn't worth fixing.

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03-17-2014 17:12:17

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 Re: ISO 8.3 cummins in reply to BM, 03-16-2014 18:17:07  
BM where u located

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03-16-2014 19:39:29

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 Re: ISO 8.3 cummins in reply to BM, 03-16-2014 18:17:07  
I would be intrested give me a call some time my number is 513-763-0891 the we go was in a fire and is in rough shape and need the three speed to fix a nother one we workin on I've put a 5.9 in a 1955 cockshutt that had a bad 310 and have a 1755 I getting ready to put one in I just thought I would 8.3 it strait shaft it so it don't get scraped it problyget pulled once or twice just to remind the ih and Jd guys something to compete with

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