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Ron Clavey

01-29-2010 08:54:20

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Will the gas tank from a 1949 WC interchange with a 1948? My '48 has several holes, but I have found a tank from a '49 that is ok. How well do the tank liner kits work? The original tank is very rusty as
well as having the holes. This was my Dad's tractor
and I learned to farm with it, so it is important
for it to look right as well as run right. Thanks.

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Don Ober

01-30-2010 10:38:59

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 Re: wc gas tankd in reply to Ron Clavey, 01-29-2010 08:54:20  
the bigest difference that I could se on the WC vs. WD tank feul outlet is on the opposite side,other than that they both fit fine

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Aaron SEIA

01-29-2010 18:49:39

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 Re: wc gas tankd in reply to Ron Clavey, 01-29-2010 08:54:20  
I don't know if the mounts are the same. I've read that they will interchange. If you are going for 100% correct, the WD tank has a dimple in the right side bottom for the throttle or hydraulics (I forget) to clear the tank. There was no WC in 49, the last was made in 48. I epoxied mine because of rust issues. Few rinses with a muriatic acid/water solution, dry and epoxy. Used something blue I got from the local tractor place. I've heard a lot about Red Kote, I'd use that the next time.


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01-29-2010 12:29:30

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 Re: wc gas tankd in reply to Ron Clavey, 01-29-2010 08:54:20  
Only WC tanks that are different are the ones from the early unstyled WCs. All the later ones used the same tank and I also think the tanks on the WD and WD45 are the same. I know I used a tank from a WD on my W speed patrol and it was in fact the same

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JR Frye

01-29-2010 09:05:13

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 Re: wc gas tankd in reply to Ron Clavey, 01-29-2010 08:54:20  

the number is 1-515-961=8778


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01-29-2010 12:27:33

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 Re: wc gas tankd in reply to JR Frye, 01-29-2010 09:05:13  
This number for them is better for most people 888-828-3276

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