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Wanna swap engines.

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Tom from Ontario

06-03-2000 20:18:58

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Engine in the WC went bang in no uncertain terms. Have access to either a 201 or a 226. Was wondering how much a chore it would be to stuff either one into the WC. Realize it would wreck it for classics, but it's a handy old brute for a few jobs and I hate to think of it sitting there when the rest of the tractor is in pretty good shape. Any thoughts?

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06-03-2000 20:44:18

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 Re: Wanna swap engines. in reply to Tom from Ontario, 06-03-2000 20:18:58  
Whats the 226 out of? The 201 has to come out of a WC or WD. Either way, if you grind the SN off the WD block, you can fool most people. A 45 block is a bit harder to hide. I have seen 45 disels with Buda 262's in them. Just do what you want to do and can afford to do. There will always be perfectionists bringing down anything that isn't factory right. There are also those who use baling wire and duct tape that make fun of those who spend the time and money to do a factory job. Do what works for you. Anything out of up to a 45 will bolt right on. Not sure about the D's. Think they'd work, though.

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06-04-2000 16:01:00

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 Re: Re: Wanna swap engines. in reply to Aaron, 06-03-2000 20:44:18  
Put the 226 in it . You will have to use the water pump and crank pulley and flywheel and clutch off of the WC if the motor is out of a D series or 170 or 175.

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