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Re: WD45 Rebuild for Tractor Pulls

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Steve in N.J.

11-19-2002 21:23:32

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The fellows on this site are chock full of information! They'll help ya along with pricing stuff and direct you to a good buy. I can help ya with any electrical or tune-up parts along with some of the smaller parts. That WD would probably make an excellent puller tractor. I know some of the guys on this site talk about their WD's and the power they make. Also, you can get quite a bit of info on the Allis site too. You might be able to get away with installing just one piston and sleeve if yer' on a budget, and that's what your grandfather said was the problem. Good Luck! Steve B.

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11-20-2002 15:55:54

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 Re: Re: WD45 Rebuild for Tractor Pulls in reply to Steve in N.J., 11-19-2002 21:23:32  
I got some parts email me wut u need. And do urself a favor and go to ebay.com and get a parts manual which also illustrates everything! Trust me it is worth it. I am also a college stduent and for every tractor I buy (with wut little budget i have ) I get a parts manual. It gives u the numbers and correct naems for the parts if u have to buy new and also shows u pictures of everything and how it goes together!


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Steve W

11-21-2002 20:43:58

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 Re: Re: Re: WD45 Rebuild for Tractor Pulls in reply to Justin, 11-20-2002 15:55:54  
If you end up needing a cam during your engine repair, get one for a 170. It will give a little more giddy up. I don't remember for sure, but I think there might be 2 different p/n's for a 170 cam. The only difference is the cam gear. But I'm not sure. A good parts guy should be able to tell you, or maybe one of these other guys can. I pull a WD and I know it made a pretty good difference in power on it.

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