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LDS-465 in a 2-135

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StrongsOlivers

02-12-2018 20:05:28




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Well my 135s motor is heading out the the door so I started hunting for a new heart. I found a pretty much new Continental LDS-465. Will it work in the 135? I know I have to take all the "tractor" parts and swap them for the military parts. I should be able to bolt the tractor bell housing,fly wheel,injection pump and injectors, oil filter setup, fuel filter setup, and manifolds over without to much trouble right?
Help always appreciated, StrongsOlivers

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larry duda

02-13-2018 06:54:15




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 Re: LDS-465 in a 2-135 in reply to StrongsOlivers, 02-12-2018 20:05:28  

It is the same engine. You will have to use everything externally off your engine including the oil pan and the oil pump off your white engine. I had to drill and tap an extra hole for the water pump. I put a military one in my 2150. I also used the injection pump on mine John and Rich are talking about. I think everyone gets confused and thinks the 465 stands for CID, I believe it stands for 4=4 stroke, 6=6 cylinder, 5= multi fuel. The military version has a heavier crankshaft I believe. I think if there is a TD stamped on the military block it stands for thick deck. I noticed the valves on the military heads each had 2 springs on each valve and the ag motor only had 2 on the exhausts. I used the heads that came on the military engine. My military engine was used so I installed new rings and all new gaskets and seals, everything else checked out good. The military pistons have an extra compression ring on them which gives them the 22-1 compression ratio. I think the ag version was 18-1. When it was below 0 here this winter My 2150 is in an old barn where it is stored, so basically just out of the wind it started within 10 seconds just using the manifold preheater. I am very pleased with the out come.

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StrongsOlivers

02-13-2018 07:48:02




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 Re: LDS-465 in a 2-135 in reply to larry duda, 02-13-2018 06:54:15  
Thanks for the info! That's a beautiful machine by the way. I think I'm a little jealous.



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J. Schwiebert

02-13-2018 05:57:03




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 Re: LDS-465 in a 2-135 in reply to StrongsOlivers, 02-12-2018 20:05:28  
20 years ago or maybe longer ago I did a class for a certain states National Guard machine shop people and I was thinking the 465 is a smaller engine than the 478. There are a few of those tractors around here that have had major components from a 478 military engine adapted to a 2-135 but no 465 engines. I agree with diesel tech because the 20 & 2150 still had PS series Bosch pumps and we changed them over to model 100 pumps.

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StrongsOlivers

02-13-2018 06:34:53




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 Re: LDS-465 in a 2-135 in reply to J. Schwiebert, 02-13-2018 05:57:03  
I was doing some searching in the archives and found this thread. Its a lot of work but I'm willing to do it.



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StrongsOlivers

02-13-2018 06:32:18




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 Re: LDS-465 in a 2-135 in reply to J. Schwiebert, 02-13-2018 05:57:03  
I was doing some searching in the archives and found this thread. Its a lot of work but I'm willing to do it. http://www.yesterdaystractors.com/cgi-bin/viewit.cgi?bd=oliver&th=122472



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Dieseltech

02-13-2018 05:49:56




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 Re: LDS-465 in a 2-135 in reply to StrongsOlivers, 02-12-2018 20:05:28  
There's one near me that has the military engine in it, but still has the old PSB pump with front gear case on it too. I BEGGED and PLEADED for them to change the gears and case and KEEP the Stanadyne DM injection pump from the tractor, but that's not what happened..



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StrongsOlivers

02-13-2018 06:16:44




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 Re: LDS-465 in a 2-135 in reply to Dieseltech, 02-13-2018 05:49:56  
Ill be swapping the gear case, so I can use the does-master pump.



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