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Re: H rods in A WC

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chuckster

01-10-2003 07:08:10




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From what ive been told the H,s rods are shorter than the wds. You would have to have your pistons machined because the wrist pins are different sizes. If you would like a suggestion buy a wd45 crank it will bolt right in and will bring your piston up 1/2 an inch good luck




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Tom

01-10-2003 18:53:11




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 Re: Re: H rods in A WC in reply to chuckster, 01-10-2003 07:08:10  
A 45 crank has a 1/2" longer stroke than a WD. That is 1/4" more at the top and 1/4" at the bottom. How about pistons from a D-17 or later series tractor using this same engine type. The compression kept going up and up. Have heard of later pistons being used, but I don't remember which. Find a tractor puller forum and ask those guys.



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andy

01-10-2003 10:24:29




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 Re: Re: H rods in A WC in reply to chuckster, 01-10-2003 07:08:10  
I just got a post that H rods are 8" I allready have a 45 crank and I am trying to get the pistons a little further up in the cyl. I need about .300 more



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steve

01-12-2003 04:19:40




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 Re: Re: Re: H rods in A WC in reply to andy, 01-10-2003 10:24:29  
h rods or rods from a flathead 218 chrysler



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