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08-26-2008 14:23:33

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What parts are RC specific? Doese the ce engine bolt up to the wc clutch housing? Will I need to find an RC clutch assy.?

I have one now that"s been repowerd with a WC engine.

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Jerry Coulter

08-26-2008 15:58:47

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 Re: RC parts questions in reply to ohio, 08-26-2008 14:23:33  
I think there was an adapter plate to bolt the engine to the WC housing. The front wheels are 15" on WC hubs compared to the 16" on WC.

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08-26-2008 14:29:18

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 Re: RC parts questions in reply to ohio, 08-26-2008 14:23:33  
The CE engine bolts to the housing, but uses the B/C flywheel. Hood and fuel tank, radiator sheetmetal is from the B/C. Differential has different gears, to give slower speeds because of the lower hp, compared to the WC.

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08-26-2008 15:22:35

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 Re: RC parts questions in reply to JMS/.MN, 08-26-2008 14:29:18  
The RC flywheel&pressplate /gas tank bracket/frt grill/frt engine mount are not the same as any other allis tractor

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08-27-2008 14:07:00

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 Re: RC parts questions in reply to CA +, 08-26-2008 15:22:35  
I have a '39 RC and a '49 C. Same engine, there is no adapter plate between the RC engine and clutch housing. Yes, the front grill is different- RC does not need the cutout for the steering arm. I have yet to pull the engine on the RC, so don't know for sure about the flywheel, but mine does have a starter ring gear on it, no starter. Would the flywheel/ring gear be different to match up with the starter hole?

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08-27-2008 18:05:55

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 Re: RC parts questions in reply to JMS/.MN, 08-27-2008 14:07:00  
Look at your grill looks like a small wc grill not a c grill. Yes the flywheel is special RC only.

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08-26-2008 14:35:47

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 Re: RC parts questions in reply to JMS/.MN, 08-26-2008 14:29:18  
Thanks, thats the answer I was hoping for! I think if I would have come across one 40 years ag, I'd have swapped engines, too. But now I'd like to return it to original:)

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