I take it you are talking about the Ford 172 Red Tiger Engine ? I check measurements to put an "N" in it. To get it in I would had to cut and modify the frame. Down at the oil pan level you only have a 14.5 inch clearance. While I could do that I would prefer a bolt in job. I had been told of serval engines that could be made to work. But no one I found could tell me what it would take to get it in. The guy I got the tractor from wanted to put in a 6 cylinder Toyota Diesel engine. Some one had told him that would work. Maybe so, but sounds like it would have been over powered to me. And no telling what it would take to get it in. From what I've been told to do Dozer work the main thing you need is a 'Step Down" Transmission.
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