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Bud -I'm wondering ---

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Bama Dee

07-06-2000 08:19:35




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My WC sreial# 126324 engine# 133554K , is styled with the small gas tank. Do I have some kind of re-build or something? All parts look orignal. Tnx Dee




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Brian

07-07-2000 13:48:35




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 Re: Bud -I'm wondering --- in reply to Bama Dee, 07-06-2000 08:19:35  
If I remember correctly, K means you can use low octane fuel and gasoline. I forget what the gas only letter is. Seems like distillate falls somewhere between kerosene and gasoline. Even WD 45's could be had set up for distillate, although a gasoline WD would probably out work one. Hope this helps, Brian.



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Bama Dee

07-07-2000 09:33:33




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 Re: Bud -I'm wondering --- in reply to Bama Dee, 07-06-2000 08:19:35  
As far as I know Distillate = Kerosene but I've been wrong at least once before.



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Butch(OH)

07-07-2000 04:41:10




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 Re: Bud -I'm wondering --- in reply to Bama Dee, 07-06-2000 08:19:35  
I saw a copy of the Nebraska test for a WD-45 burning distillate. Apparently it was was optional at least up to the '45s I have a '37 WC that I am going to have both tanks hooked up and working. What is the replacement fuel for distillate, diesel or kerosene?



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Bud

07-06-2000 13:26:43




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 Re: Bud -I'm wondering --- in reply to Bama Dee, 07-06-2000 08:19:35  
I doubt that there is anything fishy here. They began making "styled" models in late 1938. I have no idea when they stopped installing the small take under the hood but my 1945 model doesn't have it and never did. It is very possible that someone retrofitted the tank to your tractor but I just don't know.



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Bud

07-06-2000 14:14:42




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 Re: Re: Bud -I'm wondering --- in reply to Bud, 07-06-2000 13:26:43  
One more thought---with gasoline in short supply they may have left the small tank on the styled tractors so the farmers could continue burning distillate until the war was over. This would explain your 43 having the tank and my 45 without it.



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Bama Dee

07-06-2000 16:10:19




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 Re: Re: Re: Bud -I'm wondering --- in reply to Bud, 07-06-2000 14:14:42  
Good points to ponder Bud , Gosh I like this hobby. Thanks for the input!



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