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WD Pulling Info Needed

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Lawrence S.

06-02-2002 18:37:29

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Bought a WD recently with stuck piston.Was going to restore but I got two teenage boys with pulling fever.Dont have too many Allis pullers around here and thought some of you guys could maybe point me in the right direction to puff her up a little.Any and all help,advice,etc,would be appreciated.Caught a little discussion the other day about 175 pistons.Local rules limit speed and rpm but internals could be massaged a little.Thanks in advance.

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Allis Puller

06-03-2002 04:00:12

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 Re: WD Pulling Info Needed in reply to Lawrence S., 06-02-2002 18:37:29  
Just putting mine back together, but I bought a "WD45" crank and 175 pistons. Supposed to get her up around 55 h.p. Also when I was running a stock motor I went with a 13" rim and 14.9 tires, made a huge difference. Ruffly 15 to 20 feet. Lots of money though, I think the pistons and rings were 580.00, the crank right around 300.00, and about 900.00 in rims and tires.

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