Posted by The tractor vet on January 15, 2013 at 07:13:11 from (184.108.40.206):
In Reply to: Re: engine swap posted by jm. on January 14, 2013 at 17:40:14:
If he want to go the route of SWAPPING today he really has a lot of options . You mentioned the DT 466 , you forgot about the 466's little brother . The D360 or DT360 a bit smaller and found in I H school buses Or the 6.9'-7.3 also found in school busses . He could get the whole drive line out of and old school bus and all the drive line . Then it would be a matter of motor mounts and a Radiator and wiring. He could also look for and old load star that ran , now here i am not sure of the Cu.In of the engines but they were either in the D263 -D310 and i am not sure if they were the same as in the Farmall 560's or they were the combine engines with no sleeves.
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