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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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White 2-105/2-85 Cummins Repower

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Mitch Poindexter

03-17-2014 09:10:06
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Would someone mind posting pics of a White 2-105 or 2-85 that they've repowered with a 6BT cummins? Dad has a neighbor that is converting a 2-85 now and he's struggling a fair amount. I'm trying to help over the phone and the only pics/directions I have for him are Oliver related, so we're talking past each other a little when it comes to how to line the engine up properly.

Any pics of the motor mounts, motor/frame layout, 3 speed alignment, etc. would be very much appreciated. He's mechanically sound, but has never done one before. I think if he had some pics he would be able to get there. Thanks.

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BM

03-18-2014 17:54:29
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 Re: White 2-105/2-85 Cummins Repower in reply to Mitch Poindexter, 03-17-2014 09:10:06  
If it's under the hood, the canister runs lays on top of the valve covers with the lid on the front. It makes clearance to the turbo and crossover complicated, and the AC compressor is in the way of actually removing the filter and getting it out from under the hood.

We converted a couple of them to front air cleaners, that usually involves notching to top tank of the radiator to get the air pipe up front, unless someone's put a later radiator in at some point.

Another solution is to put a 1855 air cleaner on it. They mount crossways, like this.



Some under hood 105's have had a vertical air cleaner kit installed, they originally drew air in from up front through the 2 layer hood design. Either way the 1855 air cleaner housing can be adapted so no hood modifications need to be done.
This post was edited by BM at 17:57:31 03/18/14.

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Mitch Poindexter

03-18-2014 17:10:56
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 Re: White 2-105/2-85 Cummins Repower in reply to Mitch Poindexter, 03-17-2014 09:10:06  
Thanks! I'm not sure where his air cleaner is located I haven't seen the tractor in a year or two. The one in your pics is clearly in front of the radiator, is there something he should be aware of it its under the hood?

Thanks again for the pics.



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BM

03-18-2014 16:41:29
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 Re: White 2-105/2-85 Cummins Repower in reply to Mitch Poindexter, 03-17-2014 09:10:06  


















Here's a local 2-85 that we did a couple years ago.

Is your air cleaner under the hood or in front of the radiator?

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mopoindexter

03-18-2014 07:32:23
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 Re: White 2-105/2-85 Cummins Repower in reply to Mitch Poindexter, 03-17-2014 09:10:06  
He's in Missouri, south of Kansas City a bit. I passed your info on, hopefully he'll give you a call, his name is Jay. Thanks.



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rrrepair

03-17-2014 14:16:45
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 Re: White 2-105/2-85 Cummins Repower in reply to Mitch Poindexter, 03-17-2014 09:10:06  
Where are you from???? have them call me at 563 382 4530 as I do these quite often. I would have to dig for pics however. Ask for Ron



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