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D19 motor in D17

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jbradley

12-25-2009 04:37:03




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Is the D19 motor a six cylinder? Is so to put a D19 motor in a D17 is just attaching the D17 differential and transmission to the front of a D19. Correct?f I see one advertised in my state and just need to know. Thinking about switching from red to orange. Would that be a good switch?




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Tramway Guy

12-25-2009 20:11:27




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 Re: D19 motor in D17 in reply to jbradley, 12-25-2009 04:37:03  
Forgot to mention that there were some D17 tractors used in Cotton Pickers that had D19 engines. Find one of those and you would be set.



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E718

12-25-2009 14:24:16




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 Re: D19 motor in D17 in reply to jbradley, 12-25-2009 04:37:03  
I am doing a switchover now. I am putting a 262 gas engine in a D17 gas tractor. You will need the rear engine plate from a D19, also the D19 flywheel. I am making a spacer 1 inch thick to go between the engine plate and the clutch housing to position the clutch in the right place on the transmission input shaft. I am using the starter from a Perkins 6-354. The starter bolts aren't quite right, need some modification. I am going to modify the frame to put a hydraulic pump on the front of the engine. I am not to the point of making the hood yet. I know the hood will be too short but I will make whatever it needs.

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cadet trooper

12-25-2009 13:04:46




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 Re: D19 motor in D17 in reply to jbradley, 12-25-2009 04:37:03  
Jbradley, I was just on Tracthouse.com and they have four D19s listed with pictures and a ton of D17s you may want to check them out and see what you might get into. All the d19s listed are gas but should be close to what the diesel will look like.CT



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cadet trooper

12-25-2009 12:35:39




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 Re: D19 motor in D17 in reply to jbradley, 12-25-2009 04:37:03  
To answer your first question yes the D19 gas and diesel turbo are both six cylinders both 262ci. The D17 gas is a 4 cylinder 226ci whereas the diesel model is the same 262ci but non turboed. If I remember right the D19 has internal final drives with axles and the D17 has external drop finals with flanged axles so tire height matching could be a problem. I have no idea if the torque housing or clutch assy will work others on here should know. Good Luck!

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Mike Dunica

12-25-2009 07:19:50




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 Re: D19 motor in D17 in reply to jbradley, 12-25-2009 04:37:03  
Hi,Yes switching from Red to Orange is a very wise move.You will be glad you did.



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Tramway Guy

12-25-2009 05:53:06




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 Re: D19 motor in D17 in reply to jbradley, 12-25-2009 04:37:03  
If you start with a D17 Diesel, it should be a bolt-in operation. If you are starting with a D17 gas -- you will still need parts from a D17 diesel.



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DiyDave

12-25-2009 05:17:00




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 Re: D19 motor in D17 in reply to jbradley, 12-25-2009 04:37:03  
Difference in hood height, too, you are forgetting about the turbo, it sits right on top of the manifold. It can and has been done, but you have to think things through.



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