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WD45 short or long block gas

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Tony Z

06-02-2008 08:25:26




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I just lost my engine on my wd45 three weeks before hay season. Anyone know where to purchase a long or short block in a hurry and what they cost? Shipping to zip code 49938 in the UP of MI.

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Tony




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Texas Denny

06-03-2008 05:58:21




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 Re: WD45 short or long block gas in reply to Tony Z, 06-02-2008 08:25:26  
Tony, what happened to you engine? Did you overheat it and seize? Run without oil? Is the block cracked? Oil in water or water in Oil? Old is sure right about repairing it. Parts aren't that high and most problems can be fixed. Even "the connecting rod through the side of the block" has been repaired with success.



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TonyZ

06-03-2008 07:15:30




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 Re: WD45 short or long block gas in reply to Texas Denny, 06-03-2008 05:58:21  
It was burning some oil, but all of a sudden it went to burning a quart an hour and smoking like I was spraying for mosquitos. I am assuming either a sleeve is galled up or I brke an oil ring or something. It is definately rebuildable, but I need to do something to get me through hay season as I work off the farm and we are pretty remote so getting everything done in a few weeks would be impossible for me. If I figure out something else for the next month or two, I will probably rebuild it this winter.

TonyZ

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old

06-02-2008 08:46:59




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 Re: WD45 short or long block gas in reply to Tony Z, 06-02-2008 08:25:26  
It would be cheaper in the long run to rebuild the engine you have unless of course it threw a rod out the side of the engine. I have a catalog that list short and long blocks but there in the $2000 range which is more then a WD45 is worth. You might just look around for a good running WD45 and keep your old one for parts. If you where not so far away I have a good running WD45 for sale but I'm a good 500 miles from you

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Tony Z

06-02-2008 08:55:51




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 Re: WD45 short or long block gas in reply to old, 06-02-2008 08:46:59  
Thanks for responding. I know your right about the value. Tractors are not real plentiful where I am at and I guess it is a choice between going down to the local tractor dealer and spending three times that, or replace what I have. The engine can be rebuilt, but I am not sure I can get everything done that fast.

How much is a good used WD45 running where you are at? I have a trailer, but that would definitely cost some gas.

Tony

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old

06-02-2008 09:15:39




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 Re: WD45 short or long block gas in reply to Tony Z, 06-02-2008 08:55:51  
I've been asking $1500 for it but my price isn't set in stone. I know right now it has one little problem other then a weak battery the starter is going out on it. I think theres even a picture of it on my web site in the for sale area. I have both a WD and a WD45 for sale and a D-17 also. Even my phone number is in my web site

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Tony Z

06-02-2008 10:44:44




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 Re: WD45 short or long block gas in reply to old, 06-02-2008 09:15:39  
Thanks. I will think about it for a day or two. You are actually about 800 miles away.

Tony



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