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El Toro

11-29-2013 04:19:06

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If that's the original engine in your Farmall C it's 113cid. You can install a new sleeve kit to boost the displacement to 123cid. When ordering a new sleeve kit measure the length of your old sleeves. Should be about 6-7/8" in length. Hal

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bud keaton keaton farms

12-01-2013 00:11:01

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 Re: keeping it shinning in reply to El Toro, 11-29-2013 04:19:06  
yeah they are you can go 123 which is stock super c i don't know what the hp is on that then you can get them 50 or 60 over im guessing on getting them over bore the stock 123 is 31/8 ive been told to go to a 504 or 444 engine

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El Toro

12-01-2013 08:32:53

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 Re: keeping it shinning in reply to bud keaton keaton farms, 12-01-2013 00:11:01  

I had a Super C I bought used with the fast hitch
and two bottom plow. When I plowed a little sod ground the tractor had enough power to cause wheel slippage. We ran drawbar on all the military vehicles before being fielded and if the tracks or wheels started to lose traction you had enough power. Here are some pictures of the heavy field dynamometers. Hal

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