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AC H3 4 cyl block/engine

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Mike

12-04-1999 00:07:09




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One of my customers is in need of a block/engine for his 1968 AC H3 crawler.It is a 4 cylinder gas that is putting anti freeze in the oil. Anti-freeze wasn't up to snuff I suspect. Email with any help. Thanks Mike




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koeckeritz Exc

12-05-1999 10:11:00




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 Re: AC H3 4 cyl block/engine in reply to Mike, 12-04-1999 00:07:09  
Engine is a wet sleeve 2200 Ac design made for industrial use and used in fork lifts and was also used in some ag equip / cotton pickers ect. also was turboed -boosting HP to almost 85 so if you get it running and want to rip up drive put on turbo ..../ engine was used for gas or diesel with components changed according to use



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Mongo

12-04-1999 12:03:28




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 Re: AC H3 4 cyl block/engine in reply to Mike, 12-04-1999 00:07:09  
If I remember right this is a wet sleeved engine. He may not need a block, it could be a crack in the sleeve or a blown seal. Someone else may be able to help more, but it may not be as bad as he thought. Good luck to him.



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