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Re: Case Puller

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dboll

11-09-2012 05:40:38
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4 will fit as well as a 5.5 or 6"stroke




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Cliff S

11-09-2012 13:00:20
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 Re: Case Puller in reply to dboll, 11-09-2012 05:40:38  
dboll

I Figured the 4 in pistons would fit and maby that much Stroke But My Concern is Will the Head Breave Good Enough to Stroke it That Much ?

My thoughts where to just put Pistons in for Now and see how it Worked Then Maby at a later Date Stroke it if it Made Good enough Power!

I am Thinking of Doing what I Can on the Head First Then Flow Bench it to See what Cubes the Head will Support!

Any Thoughts on the Best Head The Shrouded High Comp or the Open coumbustion Low Comp Head?

My Thoughts is the Open low comp would Flow Better because of Less Shrouding!

Any Ideas?

Any Idea How Lite weight you Can get with Tin Wheeles and Striped?

Cliff S

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11-09-2012 16:48:14
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 Re: Case Puller in reply to Cliff S, 11-09-2012 13:00:20  
I'm not sure what the head will flow, a friend put valves out of a 260 ford (if I remember correctly) into one years ago, with 3 11/16 pistons for field work, said it would really pull but wasn't easy on gas anymore! You won't need the smaller chamber 5617 head, with increased displacement the 5618 will be fine. John Stek from Oskaloosa ,Ia has an sc built up. The old one at 4x5.5 would make 72 hp or so. I've seen it pull at Sigourney and it ran good. He building a bigger one and was going to sell me the old block but I have too many other projects.

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Cliff S

11-09-2012 20:53:56
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 Re: Case Puller in reply to dboll, 11-09-2012 16:48:14  
dboll
Sounds like it worked Good!

I Grew up on one and allway though it would be something differnt to pull!

I been gethering Parts for Tin wheeles etc for a few years but other Projects pushed it Back But Hopefuly i can get a good Start on it this Winter after 3 engines rebuilds and a couple small jobs to do gets done!

Sounds like I may end up on 2 nd Shift with O/T on Weekends at work for a wile So working on Tractors will be more the Norm than going to Maney Pulls Next Summer!

I plan on two tone it like the SC we had when i was a kid!

I would like to get it in 3500 if I Can !

Thanks Cliff S

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