IIRC, there's different pin heights on a 4.2 vs 4.4 stroke piston. BSD engine = Basildon Service Diesel. They're basically a Ford tractor engine of whatever vintage the given engine was produced... just that it was sold as an industrial engine or as a replacement engine for Ford tractors. You need to get the engine numbers off the pan rail and also see if it's got an engine date code stamped on the right front upper mounting ear. BSD engines also generally have a DPS rotary injection pump (lines come out the end of the pump head) and will also have a cross hatched block design. The original engine in your tractor will have a Simms/Minimec pump and the block will NOT be crosshatched. So... figure out what you have first and foremost.
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