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John deere G 8 inch stroke

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Ben R

12-30-2012 16:28:29
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Do you have to do any clearance work to get a 8 inch crank in a g?




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ericsegaline

12-31-2012 14:45:42
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 Re: John deere G 8 inch stroke in reply to Ben R, 12-30-2012 16:28:29  
GIVE JOSH BLACKBURN A CALL I BUILT MANY PULLERS OVER THE YEARS AND HE BEEN FAR THE BEST CALLS YOU BACK KEEPS YOU INFORMED GIVE HIM A CALL 989 277 5366 GOOD GUY



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2-banger

12-31-2012 08:38:27
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 Re: John deere G 8 inch stroke in reply to Ben R, 12-30-2012 16:28:29  
Ive got the 8in motor forsale in parts ad..it will fit in easy just top of case has to be cleananced..by crank case cover...nice motor if u dont want to cut case and go big..its all about how much money u want to spend..not everyone can afford $4500 for a big bore block...iam going with a bigger stroke probaly still using stock block..be careful who u deal with for parts.. id give josh blackburn a call if your getting new stuff

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Jd A 51 puller

12-31-2012 09:01:41
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 Re: John deere G 8 inch stroke in reply to 2-banger, 12-31-2012 08:38:27  
Nicely said!!! What is the bore of the pistons you have for sale? Thanks



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2-banger

12-31-2012 14:55:54
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 Re: John deere G 8 inch stroke in reply to Jd A 51 puller, 12-31-2012 09:01:41  
6 3/8



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jd b puller

12-30-2012 20:31:03
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 Re: John deere G 8 inch stroke in reply to Ben R, 12-30-2012 16:28:29  
I've seen 8.25" with A rods. A little clearance and the back and a little to the camshaft.

Next year, you'll be asking what it takes to put a 9.25" or 10" in, and if your +0.125" MW pistons will work. The answer to those questions is, 9.25", not bad, 10" quite a bit, and no, your old pistons won't work.



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Ben R

12-31-2012 13:19:44
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 Re: John deere G 8 inch stroke in reply to jd b puller, 12-30-2012 20:31:03  
Thanks for all the replys guys.

Actually for what im doing i probably dont even need the 8 inch stroke but i thought i would ask about it. But at least now i know what ill be doing "next year".



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JDGnut

12-30-2012 20:10:46
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 Re: John deere G 8 inch stroke in reply to Ben R, 12-30-2012 16:28:29  
If using an A or G rod you will also have to notch the cam.



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buickanddeere

12-30-2012 19:42:28
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 Re: John deere G 8 inch stroke in reply to Ben R, 12-30-2012 16:28:29  
Depends on the journal diameter. And if using a stock rod or an aftermarket offset cap rod with cap screw style bolts. Should be able to go more than 8" with the offset cap rods and an A sized rod bearing.



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2-banger

12-30-2012 17:41:21
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 Re: John deere G 8 inch stroke in reply to Ben R, 12-30-2012 16:28:29  
top of case has to be ground a little...it will clear back of case



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