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D 17 engine block question

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05-23-2012 09:44:46

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There is no serial # on block by the carb tractor serial # is 20082.I am trying to find out if this is a D17 engine. casting # by distributor and power steering pump is AM3853-21 can anyone tell me what i have here by this #.The reason i ask is cause it has a tsx-422 carb on it and these were not used on d17 and i need to get a manifold for it.
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Aaron SEIA

05-24-2012 19:22:27

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 Re: D 17 engine block question in reply to Lynny, 05-23-2012 09:44:46  
#1 is at the front by the radiator. There might not be a serial number on the block if it were a replacement.


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05-24-2012 05:43:52

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 Re: D 17 engine block question in reply to Lynny, 05-23-2012 09:44:46  
The same replacement manifold will fit everything from a WC through early D17. Unless the manifold you are replacing has the threaded muffler connection, you can use this universal WC/WD/WD45/D17 manifold. If it's the latter they are also available and fit late D17/170/175 tractors.Kip

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05-24-2012 05:51:23

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 Re: D 17 engine block question in reply to Kip-Utah, 05-24-2012 05:43:52  
Thanks kip still tryin to figure out why there is no block serial # behind carb when there is on every other motor ive seen.

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05-24-2012 07:04:29

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 Re: D 17 engine block question in reply to Lynny, 05-24-2012 05:51:23  
Also where is #1 cylinder starting at radiator end so i can set valves is it 1 2 3 4 from the cylinder closet to the radiator to back of engine.

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05-23-2012 17:25:19

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 Re: D 17 engine block question in reply to Lynny, 05-23-2012 09:44:46  
The number you give is a casting #. There those that can tell, but I can't. Look on the rear flange of the motor, carb side, on the flat, that sits at about a 45 degree angle to horizontal, there should be a stamped number that starts with D-17. Might not start with D-17, lots of people swapped other motors, like from WD's-and WD45's, Power units, and combines, into the D-17

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05-23-2012 19:10:45

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 Re: D 17 engine block question in reply to DiyDave, 05-23-2012 17:25:19  
That # is d17-20082 but there is no # on block by carb where i have seen serial # for the engine stamped on other d17 tractors i have looked at.

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05-26-2012 05:41:56

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 Re: D 17 engine block question in reply to Lynny, 05-23-2012 19:10:45  
The engine number is stamped on the back flange of the block and the tractor number is stamped right behind it on the bell housing flange.

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