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What does it take to install a Dodge motor in a WC/WD/WD45

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Adam Davis

03-17-2002 12:40:21




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I have been hearing a lot lately about people installing car motors in tractors. I was just wanting to know what it wouold take to install a 318 or a 360 Dodge motor in a WC/WD/WD45! Also does anybody have pictures of one of these instalations. Thanks Adam Davis




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Bill

03-19-2002 19:31:39




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 Re: What does it take to install a Dodge motor in a WC/WD/WD45 in reply to Adam Davis, 03-17-2002 12:40:21  
I saw two of these 45's similar to this. One had a 238 detroit ( no joke ), the other one a v6 deisel of some kind. This man also has several F20, F30s that he has modified one that has 3 F30 engines side by side on one F30 frame. To sumerize almost anything can be done, however I am happy to keep my old things running the way they came out.



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Bill

03-19-2002 19:29:47




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 Re: What does it take to install a Dodge motor in a WC/WD/WD45 in reply to Adam Davis, 03-17-2002 12:40:21  
I saw two of these 45's similar to this. One had a 238 detroit ( no joke ), the other one a v6 deisel of some kind. This man also has several F20, F30s that he has modified one that has 3 F30 engines side by side on one F30 frame. To sumerize almost anything can be done, however I am happy to keep my old things running the way they came out.


f30 frame



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How's This One, by Robert in W. Mi.

03-18-2002 15:44:26




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 Re: What does it take to install a Dodge motor in a WC/WD/WD45 in reply to Adam Davis, 03-17-2002 12:40:21  
third party image

Looks pretty mean to me!! Robert



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Steve in N.J.

03-19-2002 04:28:34




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 Re: Re: What does it take to install a Dodge motor in a WC/WD/WD45 in reply to How's This One, by Robert in W. Mi., 03-18-2002 15:44:26  
Robert,

Looks great to me!! A lot of the "purists" on this site probably wouldn't like what you did to your WD, but anyone who does their own work on their own tractors (whether stock or modified) has got to admire the work you did to install that Dodge. I like original tractors myself, and am in the middle of restoring a 48' B, but I also build Street Rods, and I can appreciate what looks to be a super nice transplant! I like the way you even painted the engine orange. Pretty slick! I'm sure she'll haul anything. Even A**!! Did she couple to the stock drivetrain or did you have to do a lot of revising?

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I Took The Picture But, by Robert in W. Mi.

03-19-2002 12:59:13




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 Re: Re: Re: What does it take to install a Dodge motor in a WC/WD/WD45 in reply to Steve in N.J., 03-19-2002 04:28:34  
It's NOT my tractor. I saw this tractor in northern Ohio, and i thought it really looked like some one did very nice work. I've seen it running too, and it runs and sounds great!! Maybe some one here can tell us who the owner is?????? Robert



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Adam

03-18-2002 13:17:11




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 Re: What does it take to install a Dodge motor in a WC/WD/WD45 in reply to Adam Davis, 03-17-2002 12:40:21  
I don't want to install one of these motors I was just curious what other people went through to accomplish it. I just used Dodge motors as an example. I just happened to hear about some poeple trying it and was just wondering what they went through to do it. Adam Davis



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Sid

03-18-2002 12:49:48




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 Re: What does it take to install a Dodge motor in a WC/WD/WD45 in reply to Adam Davis, 03-17-2002 12:40:21  
Why would you want to do something like this-there must be a chrysler product somewhere that would like this transplant more than your poor WD



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Glenn(WV)

03-17-2002 19:30:21




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 Re: What does it take to install a Dodge motor in a WC/WD/WD45 in reply to Adam Davis, 03-17-2002 12:40:21  
Let me put it this way:

With enough time, patience, and MONEY, you can do just about anything. Are you sure you want to tackle something like this? It's not easy.



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CJ

03-17-2002 18:09:51




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 Re: What does it take to install a Dodge motor in a WC/WD/WD45 in reply to Adam Davis, 03-17-2002 12:40:21  
Ignorance and desperation?



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Tony Elizabeth Colo.

03-18-2002 15:20:05




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 Re: Re: What does it take to install a Dodge motor in a WC/WD/WD45 in reply to CJ, 03-17-2002 18:09:51  
I have done this using a 350 chev. and a 350 turbo automatic.The tractor is a 1940 Allis wc.



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