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WC pistons

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12-12-2002 13:53:54

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I am looking for a piston 4 1/8 bore that has a comp dist more than a stock piston has. I went to AGCO and checked on 170/175 pistons they have them but only in 4", I have been told to use the piston for a WC-WD but are either not available or when you cross the # they have the same hight as the WD45 and that is what I am using now. I have run out of sorces, can anyone help?

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12-13-2002 08:45:45

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 Re: WC pistons in reply to Andy, 12-12-2002 13:53:54  
Contact Don Livingston at Rusty Acre in Austin, MN. His number is 507-433-0073. I needed 4 1/8 rings for my WD and he found them for me at a resonable price. He a great guy, too!

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Gordon in IN

12-12-2002 16:51:45

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 Re: WC pistons in reply to Andy, 12-12-2002 13:53:54  
You might try Tractor Supply Company (TSC) or M&F Tractor Parts, or one of the companies that can be reached by this forum. I got piston/sleeve set in 4 and 1/8 inch bore with a 7.2 to 1 compression ratio years ago from TSC, they are "flat top" pistons. This engine really runs and pulls nice. I have set it up to WD specifications, and it will out pull my WD that also has a 4 and 1/8 piston/sleeve set in it. I also have a WC engine that has 4 and 1/8 inch M&F Piston/sleeve set in it that has the "heart shaped" combustion chambers in the piston top. Hope this helps, Gordon

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