Posted by Owen Aaland on January 03, 2013 at 01:02:04 from (18.104.22.168):
In Reply to: BD 220 in a 460 posted by M Durbin on December 31, 2012 at 05:48:02:
The BD 220 will bolt in on the back, just need to use a few nuts and longer bolts since the rear mounting bolt holes are not threaded like a tractor engine.
The problem is going to be that you will need to use the front cover off the tractor engine and that will not fit too well on the BD220. The BD220 engine uses 5/16" bolts while the C221 uses 3/8" bolts. Larger problems are that the governors are different and you have a hydraulic pump mounted on the other side of the engine. You can't just swap the governors since the timing gears are different and you can't swap them between the two engines since the center line dimensions between the camshaft and crankshaft are different between the two engines.
If you want to try to make the front cover that is on the combine engine work in the tractor and them come up with some usable linkage for the governor you could probably make the BD220 work in the tractor.
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