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02-26-2003 20:14:09

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I want to build a puller with D 17 engine in a W C block will WC pistons fit D17 rods ? using 17 crank. What about the carb? How about the clutch? Any help will appreciated.

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03-09-2003 19:52:06

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 Re: W C Allis puller in reply to Buford, 02-26-2003 20:14:09  
Thanks guys, Iam on my way we are installing steel rearend and are ready to do the engine its been along time in coming together. I have a way to go but maybe will be pulling this summer.If you need any parts we have been thru 3 wc tractors lots of left overs. Keep em smoking

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03-02-2003 14:07:03

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 Re: W C Allis puller in reply to Buford, 02-26-2003 20:14:09  
I am in the process of rebuilding my WC for pulling, and I put a new clutch in it, 4 1/8 pistons, and a new cam in it. When I am done I should have 49 horsepower. That is all I need though.

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02-27-2003 17:46:08

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 Re: W C Allis puller in reply to Buford, 02-26-2003 20:14:09  
Buford, The first problem your going to have is the D-17 crank won't work in your WC block. Pistons will fit the rods o.k. Clutch will hold if its in good cond. Carb off D-17 will work. WD-45 crank is what you need. Wd-45 head and manifold off WD-45 or D-17 will work too. Cam out of your D-17 will work in WC block. You will have to use the D-17 oil pump with it though. Any thing else you want to know let me know.

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03-09-2003 16:16:23

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 Re: Re: W C Allis puller in reply to Mervin, 02-27-2003 17:46:08  
thank you for the information on what will fit into a WC engine.

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