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Allis chalmers stroker

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BG. ANGELL

07-23-2011 19:34:08




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Does anybody know of a stroker kit that I can buy for a wd wc or d17? I want to install it myself. If that is possible.




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Aaron SEIA

07-24-2011 14:14:29




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 Re: Allis chalmers stroker in reply to BG. ANGELL, 07-23-2011 19:34:08  
There are no "kits" that I know of. Go ask on the pulling page and you'll get directed to who makes what and how to do it all.

AaronSEIA



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BG. ANGELL

07-24-2011 14:13:12




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 Re: Allis chalmers stroker in reply to BG. ANGELL, 07-23-2011 19:34:08  
I already knew that. I mean something bigger stronger and faster.



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mlpankey

07-25-2011 18:15:58




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 Re: Allis chalmers stroker in reply to BG. ANGELL, 07-24-2011 14:13:12  
how big ?how much faster? how much budget?



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Tramway Guy

07-24-2011 06:19:11




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 Re: Allis chalmers stroker in reply to BG. ANGELL, 07-23-2011 19:34:08  
Easy for a WC or WD is to install a WD45 Crankshaft. That will give you another 1/2" stroke. If you want to still use regular gas, you need to also install WD45 pistons, however.



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jd plowboy

07-24-2011 14:29:52




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 Re: Allis chalmers stroker in reply to Tramway Guy, 07-24-2011 06:19:11  
i have a wd45 that i pull that has a wd45 crank that has been offset ground 3/8 of a inch and uses the buda diesel rods. it has wc flattop pistons in it which come .400 from top of block. it has cam work and good valve job and it is hard to beat. i have run it on 110 racing fuel and 93 pump gas and it does just as good on either. i have never stalled it out pulling up to 6000 lbs. it is a 260 cube engine which is a 4 7/8 x 4 1/8 bore. it is a nice little engine. been pulling it for 5 years or so and no problems at all.

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