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What do I have? thought it was a wd-45 I was wrong

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chad from michigan

06-08-2014 10:04:51




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I traded for this yesterday thinking it was a WD or WD-45 I think it is a D-17? then the other question is after I drove it about 6 miles on my way home it started smoking bluesih black smoke and the head casket seems to be leaking between the head and the block down the side where the exhaust is so I am guessing blown gasket causing oil to get into the cylinders as well? Is it that simple or do I have bigger issues? When you first run it it looks good then as it warms up it leaks and smokes. is it worse then a bad gasket?

Thanks

Chad
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Rdandersom

06-14-2014 08:36:49




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 Re: What do I have? thought it was a wd-45 I was wrong in reply to chad from michigan, 06-08-2014 10:04:51  
I believe that is an aftermarket "Buffalo Joyrider "seat.



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chad from michigan

06-08-2014 20:03:44




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 Re: What do I have? thought it was a wd-45 I was wrong in reply to chad from michigan, 06-08-2014 10:04:51  
Ok I went out and looked harder on both of the tractors they are both 1956's the old one we already had was wd 204114 and the one in the pictures is 209834. I see why the rears look different there is a mounting plate adapter across the rear deck that mounts the different seat.

Now I just have to hope that the head gasket is the problem and nothing else.

thanks guys
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JMS/.MN

06-08-2014 19:57:35




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 Re: What do I have? thought it was a wd-45 I was wrong in reply to chad from michigan, 06-08-2014 10:04:51  
It"s a WD45, or at least a late 1952 WD, cuz of the curved shift lever. Check the serial number- it is stamped on the differential, left side. What you show are casting numbers.



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chad from michigan

06-08-2014 19:49:50




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 Re: What do I have? thought it was a wd-45 I was wrong in reply to chad from michigan, 06-08-2014 10:04:51  
Yes different seat and different rear end castings just a little different. I will get pics.



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Rogerdoger-plowboy

06-08-2014 18:52:33




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 Re: What do I have? thought it was a wd-45 I was wrong in reply to chad from michigan, 06-08-2014 10:04:51  
It looks like a WD-45 to me, it has a different seat



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1948jr

06-08-2014 17:52:17




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 Re: What do I have? thought it was a wd-45 I was wrong in reply to chad from michigan, 06-08-2014 10:04:51  
what is serial no. it looks like a wd 45 from here. I am in ky.



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chad from michigan

06-08-2014 17:33:23




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 Re: What do I have? thought it was a wd-45 I was wrong in reply to chad from michigan, 06-08-2014 10:04:51  
here are the pics I compared it side by side with our know wd-45 and there is just some odd differences. the engine number is the same but the seat is different and the rear end is different not much but it is.

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Aaron SEIA

06-08-2014 11:42:15




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 Re: What do I have? thought it was a wd-45 I was wrong in reply to chad from michigan, 06-08-2014 10:04:51  
Do you get on from the back or the left side ahead of the tire? Search the tractor id pictures or the web for pictures of the 2 and you'll know pretty quick. You can e-mail the picture to me and I can try to get it up for you also. aaron_cummings(at)hotmail.com

AaronSEIA



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tractorguy2

06-08-2014 10:10:28




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 Re: What do I have? thought it was a wd-45 I was wrong in reply to chad from michigan, 06-08-2014 10:04:51  
Without a picture it is hard to tell what you have.



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chad from michigan

06-08-2014 10:10:11




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 Re: What do I have? thought it was a wd-45 I was wrong in reply to chad from michigan, 06-08-2014 10:04:51  
I can not get my pictures to come it? If anyone can help I can text them to you my number is 989-295-2411
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