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Re: farmall m pulling tractor build

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11-14-2012 10:16:29

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that would sing with a 4.35 bore!

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11-14-2012 18:27:58

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 Re: farmall m pulling tractor build in reply to ChadS, 11-14-2012 10:16:29  
i had hopes of using the farmall 400 block i had all ready to go on the engine stand but after washing the outside of the block with the pressure washer i relized i had a 6 inch crack along side the block that went all the way through and craked over into the center main and center camshaft bearing , so i decided i just use a different i dug out a M block out of the shed that has no cracks and the outside of the cylinders arent to rusty . i planned on getting this block bored to run 450 pistons and sleeves , but could i go as far as 4.35 bore with this M block and what kinda money do pistons and sleeves that size run for ?

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11-15-2012 05:30:05

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 Re: farmall m pulling tractor build in reply to ih1566, 11-14-2012 18:27:58  
M block, 4.25 is bout it for bore size increase and run on the block, sleeveless. You will have to bore the block to fit in the 450 sleeves which the OD is 4.25. Dad n I used to make tall domed 450 piston n sleeve sets, that used a .500 tall dome. I think I still have a set here if youd like to see em. Ive seen em dyno 75hp with a 8060 head n 450 cam. seen em dyno over 85 with the LP head on high octane fuel. It aint no 600ci billet monster, but makes for a mean 281ci motor. Hope this helps. Chad

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11-15-2012 13:34:07

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 Re: farmall m pulling tractor build in reply to ChadS, 11-15-2012 05:30:05  
chad S how much would you like for that tall domed 450 piston and sleeve kit ?and what do the pistons look like ?

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11-15-2012 17:00:59

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 Re: farmall m pulling tractor build in reply to ih1566, 11-15-2012 13:34:07  
1566, send me an email at i can send you pictures of em. thanks Chad

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