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Re: WD 45 mystery to me..

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03-02-2002 16:53:46

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From the number you have a WD, about 8 less hp and 1/2" less stroke. Sliding gear trnasmission instead of constant mesh. Still a good tractor though.From the no it would be about a 48 year, and they were 6 volt pos ground. For parts try Sandy Lake Implement.

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03-02-2002 16:58:41

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 Re: Re: WD 45 mystery to me.. in reply to Tom, 03-02-2002 16:53:46  
forgot to say, get yourself a owners manual and repair manual from King's Books PO box 86 Radnor , Ohio 43066-0086 No phone. You need operators manual no AC 16 and service manual no. AC 34. They are $5.95 and 12.95, are reprints of AC manuals, and will tell you a lot you want to know. Oh, shipping is $2 per order. Good luck with your WD, I am working on one myself, it sat out for 25 yrs and is in need of a lot of love and attention and $.

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03-02-2002 17:40:58

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 Re: Re: Re: WD 45 mystery to me.. in reply to Tom, 03-02-2002 16:58:41  
Yes it is a WD, after some more reading on this site, it is definately a WD. But it has some nice WD 45 "stickers" on it, go fiqure. Well can't complain much for $100. Thanks for the responce, I appreciate it. I think I will be here with a lot more questions in the very near future.

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03-02-2002 20:28:13

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: WD 45 mystery to me.. in reply to L Christian Ala, 03-02-2002 17:40:58  
Stickers don't mean much, I could put 45 stickers on a farmall cub, wouldn't make it a 45 though.

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