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Re: Super C Farmall

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Western PA

12-21-2012 04:07:11
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I have a 153 motor that is already to bolt right into that tractor. Located in PA




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tim111612

12-21-2012 11:29:26
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 Re: Super C Farmall in reply to Western PA, 12-21-2012 04:07:11  
where are you and how much for the motor?



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jd b puller

12-21-2012 06:29:08
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 Re: Super C Farmall in reply to Western PA, 12-21-2012 04:07:11  

Western PA said: (quoted from post at 09:07:11 12/21/12) I have a 153 motor that is already to bolt right into that tractor. Located in PA


C-153 is a good choice, depending on where you live. Dave's in IN and assume looking to run NATPA. Can't run the C-153 if running NATPA "Tractors must have the stock engine, frames, transmission, rear end and axle housings or manufacturer's replacement for make and model of tractor being pulled . Stock heads and their replacements are to remain unchanged in outside appearance"

Dave, it's like any other engine, bore it, stroke it, cam, carb, head. You're up there in Gary's territory, he would obviously be a good man to discuss with. E-mail me if you want to discuss other options

Ray
This post was edited by jd b puller at 13:08:12 12/21/12.

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Dave Thompson jr

12-21-2012 16:03:22
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 Re: Super C Farmall in reply to jd b puller, 12-21-2012 06:29:08  
My good friend Ron Zieder had an allis he bought that just didnt have enough power. We sent the cylnder head manifold and carbuerator to Gary and he made it a totally different tractor. Ron always wanted to take it to an NATPA pull but got sick and never was able to do so. I agree that the allis and h Farmalls would make it difficult for a Super C to stay with them.



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unstylish

12-21-2012 18:28:11
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 Re: Super C Farmall in reply to Dave Thompson jr, 12-21-2012 16:03:22  
Dave, didn't Gary build that motor? I was at the nciatpa pull in goshen back in like 05 or so and I remember talking to a guy with an ac who said baker did it...looked like z's tractor..but I've got a fuzzy memory



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Dave Thompson jr

12-22-2012 16:30:11
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 Re: Super C Farmall in reply to unstylish, 12-21-2012 18:28:11  
Rons son Steven bought it Gary built a short block for the previous owner. when the previous owner installed it he put a head done from NAPA on it and a dennys carb. when they put the water pump on they used to long of a bolt and it put a dimple in the liner on the number one cylnder when steven started pulling it it knocked the rings out of number one and smoked like heck. Ron took it to his shop and I tore it down and found the problem and had a new sleeve made my Paul Marlett. I didnt even know of Gary Baker at that time. I believe it had 4020 John Deere liners in it. I rebuilt the Block and stuck the head back on it. Eventually I pulled the head and drove it to Garys a year later and he redone the head manifold and built a good carbuerator for it. It was a total different tractor then. Very good running tractor. I miss seeing it pull and going to pulls with my Friend Ron. He was a great guy and would do anything for anybody.

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unstylish

12-22-2012 19:21:06
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 Re: Super C Farmall in reply to Dave Thompson jr, 12-22-2012 16:30:11  
Yeah, I met him once I think. He was a great guy. It seems like as soon.as we find somethin we like, life yanks the rug out.



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