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Can you use CE engine parts in BE engine

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08-21-2002 14:55:28

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I have an early model B and was wondering if there were any known problems using sleeves, pistons, bearings and/or gaskets that suppliers sell for model B and C tractors.

I just dont want to end up in the situation were I spend a bunch of money on parts that wont work.

Does anyone know what changes AC made to the BE engine to upgrade it to a CE, other than increasing the bore and compression ratio?

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Butch (OH)

08-22-2002 05:02:14

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 Re: Can you use CE engine parts in BE engine in reply to Geoff, 08-21-2002 14:55:28  
Any of the kits sold for B,C,CA will work. The front seal design was changed a couple times and none of the seals sent with the kit (TISCO) would work in our early 38 model. A trip to NAPA with the measurements produced the correct seal. The shim kits for the rods and mains will not come with the kit, they can be purchased at AGCO.

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08-22-2002 20:30:43

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 Re: Re: Can you use CE engine parts in BE engine in reply to Butch (OH), 08-22-2002 05:02:14  
Thanks, Butch!

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