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WC block part number?

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Bruce from Boulder

12-05-2002 19:23:48

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I have seen WC engine blocks with different last numbers on the part number. Anyone know what that number means? The ones I have found all start with U-3019- but I have found at least two different last numbers. My '36 WC block part number ends in 25 (or 26?). Another block that I would like to buy ends in 8. Anybody have a part book that explains the difference?

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Brian G. NY

12-06-2002 06:31:54

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 Re: WC block part number? in reply to Bruce from Boulder, 12-05-2002 19:23:48  
I don't know too much about WCs but the old Tractor Supply catalog showed the WC block with casting #U-3019. However you had to specify whether you wanted the early block (12 studs) or the late block (15 studs). I would guess that is the only critical difference. BTW, the WD blocks (I have two WDs) have casting number U-3019 as well. It would appear the suffix may not be too significant except that a low suffix number (like 8) would alert you to check whether the block had 12 or 15 studs. I'm surprised the WC "gurus" haven't chimed in here.

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Brian G. NY

12-06-2002 06:35:13

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 Re: Re: WC block part number? in reply to Brian G. NY, 12-06-2002 06:31:54  
I just noticed your earlier post to which you got several responses. Seems like the info those guys provided pretty much answers your question?

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Bruce from Boulder

12-06-2002 15:32:02

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 Re: Re: Re: WC block part number? in reply to Brian G. NY, 12-06-2002 06:35:13  
Thanks, Brian. Your info was also helpful. I just want to make sure before I drive accross Kansas to pick that block up. The drive isn't bad, but it seems like the wind is always in my face when I am traveling in Kansas, both going East & West.

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