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D-17 engine conversion

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11-27-2002 18:39:49

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can anyone tell me what allis made 6 cylinder will fit into a D17. wanting to make horsepower so the bigger the better. can not use turbo charged diesels

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david l wilson

11-28-2002 20:25:57

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 Re: D-17 engine conversion in reply to trevor, 11-27-2002 18:39:49  
trevor eldon is right about the 262 engine gas or dsl. the main things you have to change is adaptor on engine side rails , sheet metal and rad. your best bet would be to find a d19 in a junkyard or fence row. i do not agree with eldon on tearing up drive line i have a d19g, and a d17g and 2 d17d's and i have found no difference in drive lines on d17 gas or diesels, so i think you would be fine on the power diff. my dad has told me of one of his niebors that put a 262 gas in a d17 and he said it would out pull the 17 or 19 due to better gearing in the d17. good luck david l wilson

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11-27-2002 19:10:21

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 Re: D-17 engine conversion in reply to trevor, 11-27-2002 18:39:49  

The 262 gas should fit without too much work. It was used in the D19 the same as the 262 diesel (which is used in both the D17 and D19). AC even put some of the 262 gas engines in the D17 chasis for some cotton pickers. It would be a good way to tear the guts out of the drivetrain, tho.....

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