I dunno... too hot to think about what you and Inno are hashing thru... I know mine was build for 2 smaller cylinders than the one hacked up one there now.... it is a 102.
but here are some more pictures from today, for some strange reason nothing went wrong or difficult. I did have to change the union? nipple? between the pump and the filter, it needed to be 'pipe thread' and the old one wasn't, so not leaking anymore -finally.... and brazed up the exhaust pipe to manifold without blowning myself up... that was good too... now for the worn out spindal and brand new tie rod I squished putting the loader frame back on.... I need a beer...
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