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Re: Info on an allis wc

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Joe M

02-28-2002 19:28:12

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cut and paste this ..... ..

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02-28-2002 19:57:36

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 Re: Re: Info on an allis wc in reply to Joe M, 02-28-2002 19:28:12  
hey that was great but i guess i'm stupid but what is the horse power

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Bryan Smith

03-01-2002 05:58:33

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 Re: Re: Re: Info on an allis wc in reply to matt, 02-28-2002 19:57:36  
OK, the hp for a WC according to Nebraska Tractor Tests:

1934, test 223 - 21.48 hp on distillate

1938, test 303 - 25.45 hp on distillate

1938, test 304 - 29.93 hp on gasoline

No idea what the difference was between test 223 and 303, since my book doesn't show compression ratios. All of these had a 201 cubic inch engine. Note that the gasoline tractor has a higher compression ratio than a distillate tractor, so burning gasoline in a distillate tractor will work but won't give you that 29.93 hp.

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03-01-2002 10:12:32

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Info on an allis wc in reply to Bryan Smith, 03-01-2002 05:58:33  

so you think it will make a good pulling tractor some day right now i'm going to use it for the garden

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