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WD #129642

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Steve (WI)

05-05-2002 04:14:23

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This is a friend's "new" WD that I just got a good look a yesterday. I understand that late WD's built after #127008 came with the 45 transmission (curved shifter) but what about the motor? This has the 4" head indicating a "45" overbuild in a WD block...was this stock from the factory? The tractor is in good origional condition and the previous owner did'nt think it was ever re-built as it was never used much. For all intents and purposes a WD45?

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Duey (IA)

05-05-2002 12:17:39

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 Re: WD #129642 in reply to Steve (WI), 05-05-2002 04:14:23  
I have WD #131030. It also has the taller head. I have installed 4 1/8 sleeves and pistons. It has the WD crank and shim adjustment on the rods. It is still a WD with the 45 tranny and has the 2 plate hand clutch. Duey

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Steve (WI)

05-05-2002 15:59:21

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 Re: Re: WD #129642 in reply to Duey (IA), 05-05-2002 12:17:39  
Thanks Duey.

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Brian G. NY

05-05-2002 17:39:35

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 Re: Re: Re: WD #129642 in reply to Steve (WI), 05-05-2002 15:59:21  
The tall heads were introduced with "Engine" #WD289001 which is sometime in '50 or '51. I have a '50 with the short head and a '51 with the tall head.

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05-09-2002 17:37:55

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: WD #129642 in reply to Brian G. NY, 05-05-2002 17:39:35  
I have 1951 WD95894. The engine number is WD303992PA. It has 4 inch high head.

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