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Re: AC newbie WD?

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Dave K (Fl)

03-24-2002 12:13:07

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I would say you have a WC, The WD was made starting in 1948 and the WC discontinued. The WD-45 with more horses than the WD was made starting in the early 50's. Definatly you do not have a WD or WD-45. Unfortunatly decals are cheap and can be pasted anywhere. The WC is a good tractor but the WD series was a big improvement. If you paid the price of a WD-45 then you better try to get at least some of your money back. That is unless you have a special WC. Don't know much about the WC's myself. Always used WD's when we farmed.


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03-24-2002 15:25:46

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 Re: Re: AC newbie WD? in reply to Dave K (Fl), 03-24-2002 12:13:07  
I paid $200 for it sight unseen. i had intensions of rebuilding it to try entry into pulling club. when i saw it, i thought it wasn't a 45, but i also felt i could get it running. today we pull started it. i'l sure the owner never dreamed it would run again (no one else either). it runs good as is, with no smoke. i guess i'll do a little work on it and put it to work on the farm. i'll keep looking for a junk wd-45.

I knew you fellows could pin down the model even with the poor description i gave. Thanks Fellows.

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Brian G. NY

03-25-2002 06:27:35

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 Re: Re: Re: AC newbie WD? in reply to rhudson, 03-24-2002 15:25:46  
$200 for a running WC? It was certainly misrepresented, but you got a great deal anyway!

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Bryan Smith

03-25-2002 05:28:49

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 Re: Re: Re: AC newbie WD? in reply to rhudson, 03-24-2002 15:25:46  
Check out the Tractor Serial Number section on my webpage - it shows the location for a WC serial number. Hope that helps.

By the way, I saw a WC recently with a modified D17 engine in it pulling over 100 hp through that stock WC rear end. Fod for thought ...! :-)

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