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Re: WD45diesel engine

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Ted Buisker

03-11-1999 01:31:12

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As far as I know both the WD-45D, and the Cockshutt 40 both used the Buda 6BD230 engine, so they should interchange with little difficulty
6--- 6 cylinder
B--- Buda
D--- Diesel
230--- c.i. displacement
Good luck, TED

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03-12-1999 06:30:50

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 Re: Re: WD45diesel engine in reply to Ted Buisker, 03-11-1999 01:31:12  
I had an idea that they were the same engine. I was wondering if the mounts are the same. Also, is the D17 basicly a bored or stroked WD45 diesel engine?If so, maybe it will fit also. Is a D19 gas engine a BUDA engine too? All this would help me broaden the target base for finding an easily installed engine. I would prefer a diesel for fuel economy, but a well priced gas engine would be o.k. as well. Thank all of you very much.Lloyd

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Ted Buisker

03-14-1999 17:29:51

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 Re: Re: Re: WD45diesel engine in reply to Lloyd, 03-12-1999 06:30:50  
The D17 and D19 engines are 262 cu. in. 1/8th in. larger bore, and 1/8th in. longer stroke. 230= 3 7/16 bore 4 1/8 stroke. 262 = 3 9/16th bore 4 1/4 in. stroke. They are similar enough that I used a 230 diesel head on my 262 diesel block. Both engines were made at the former Buda plant in Harvey IL, but I think the 262 was made after AC bought them, so it technically is not a Buda, but it does seem to be a variation of the Buda design. The D17 diesel was normally aspirated , and the D19 had a turbocharger, and is noted as the first production tractor with a turbo. The gas version while more powerful than the diesel had a reputation as a gas hog. Actually although it did use more fuel than the diesel, a small fuel tank gave the perception of it always needing fuel. The motor mounts are different between the wd45, and the D17, but with a little machine work on the front housing to accept the wd45 front mount, it will bolt right in. You wll need to use the wd45 flywheel. how it would mount in a Cockshutt, I don't know, but I have heard of pullers who use a Cockshutt 50 useing the 17 crankshaft for its additional stroke. Guess I'm rambling here, so I'll quit. Hope this helps. TED

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