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Rebuilding wd motor

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Mark hartman

11-19-2018 06:25:28




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What do i have to change if i put a wd45 crank in a wd




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DrAllis

12-04-2018 09:03:32




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 Re: Rebuilding wd motor in reply to Mark hartman, 11-19-2018 06:25:28  
There are Orings on the sleeves. Do not boil it out with sleeves in the block. Did you read where I said you cannot use old sleeves and install a WD45 crank????????????????



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Mark hartman

12-04-2018 08:00:27




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 Re: Rebuilding wd motor in reply to Mark hartman, 11-19-2018 06:25:28  
Thanks for info

I was going to boil the block with sleeves in

I don't know if there are o-rings in between block and sleeves if so does boiling mess them up



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Mark hartman

12-04-2018 07:41:50




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 Re: Rebuilding wd motor in reply to Mark hartman, 11-19-2018 06:25:28  
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blue924.9

12-01-2018 19:27:20




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 Re: Rebuilding wd motor in reply to Mark hartman, 11-19-2018 06:25:28  
Had to bend the dip stick in mine so it wouldn't rub the crank on its way by



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DrAllis

11-20-2018 05:45:43




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 Re: Rebuilding wd motor in reply to Mark hartman, 11-19-2018 06:25:28  
NEW SHIM STACKS FOR THE MAIN BEARING CAPS !!! AND PROBABLY FOR THE ROD CAPS IF THEY HAVE THEM, IF THEY ARE WD RODS. WD45 RODS WERE NOT SHIMMED.



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DrAllis

11-20-2018 05:44:01




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 Re: Rebuilding wd motor in reply to Mark hartman, 11-19-2018 06:25:28  
I doubt very much that you should use old sleeves with new pistons because the ring groove in the old sleeves will destroy the new pistons/rings. You are looking at a new set of pistons/sleeves for a WD-45 or D-17 (either will work) and a WD-45 crankshaft. No block grinding required.



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Aaron SEIA

11-19-2018 14:10:54




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 Re: Rebuilding wd motor in reply to Mark hartman, 11-19-2018 06:25:28  
Pistons and crank are all you need to change internally. Rods are the same length.
AaronSEIA



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Nordic

11-19-2018 11:45:56




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 Re: Rebuilding wd motor in reply to Mark hartman, 11-19-2018 06:25:28  
Connecting rods... as the length is different.



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Jerry Coulter

11-19-2018 10:00:48




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 Re: Rebuilding wd motor in reply to Mark hartman, 11-19-2018 06:25:28  
You have to change to dished top pistons (Power Crater). Sometimes we had to grind off some of the inside block so the crankshaft could rotate. To complete the upgrade required changing the carburetor, air cleaner and possibly the manifold.



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