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champ40

03-31-2008 01:26:37




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I was checking the serial #"s on a wd motor and found wd274214GA which I believe makes it a 1950. Under that number there was another number it was G226 can anyone tell me what that means?




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Texas Denny

03-31-2008 14:12:00




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 Re: #'s on motor in reply to champ40, 03-31-2008 01:26:37  
If you have a 226 motor, the motor is from a WD-45. If you have a curved shift lever, the whole tractor is a WD-45 - most likely. The tractor serial number is behind the left brake cover on the rear axle. Get that number snd go to Research and Info on the left of this page and click on serial numbers.



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Aaron SEIA

03-31-2008 14:05:33




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 Re: #'s on motor in reply to champ40, 03-31-2008 01:26:37  
As far as I know, there is no serial number reference for engines. If it has a steel plate on the distributor side of the block, it's a WD, if it's solid cast, it's a WD45 block. None of that really matter either, cause all the internals from a WD45 can be swapped into a WD block. WD was 4"x4", 201, WD 45 was 4" bore, 4.5" stroke, 226 ci.

Aaron SEIA



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greg b

03-31-2008 05:03:16




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 Re: #'s on motor in reply to champ40, 03-31-2008 01:26:37  
226 is cubic inch they were used in the wd 45s not the wd 201 ci for wd



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