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Calling all WD experts

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earlschieb

04-02-2003 18:30:58




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Hi, I just traded for a WD that has a stuck engine, was supposed to have been overhauled and installed in this tractor a year or so before it was parked. (the previous owner died in 2000, that was when it was parked) My question is, this tractor has either had the manifold changed, or is a completely different block assembly, the exhaust pipe now comes thru the hood about 6 inches or so forward of where it is supposed to. How can I tell what engine is in this tractor ? I really did not want this tractor, so I thought that I would get it unstuck and get rid of it, would like to have a CA, which is what I was told it was before I went and looked at it, but as you can see by the serial no. WD 89367, it is not a CA. How can I tell what engine is in this tractor ? Sorry for the long post, any help would be appreciated.

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Dave Grubb

04-03-2003 13:09:09




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 Re: Calling all WD experts in reply to earlschieb, 04-02-2003 18:30:58  
The small plate near the steering shaft means it is an engine from a Gleaner E or EIII combine. It is a plate to block off where the mechanical fuel pump went. This a 226 cu. in. engine and is an allright swap for this tractor. It could be that you have the combine manifold still on the engine but I thought they were the same.



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john panowicz

04-04-2003 10:21:56




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 Re: Re: Calling all WD experts in reply to Dave Grubb, 04-03-2003 13:09:09  
as was said about the combine motor but the manifolds are the same as the combine they will work on a d17 wd wd45 they all dump out the center Iwould need to see a picture off it to see what it is



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earlschieb

04-03-2003 14:23:08




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 Re: Re: Calling all WD experts in reply to Dave Grubb, 04-03-2003 13:09:09  
Thanks Dave.



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john panowicz

04-04-2003 14:23:07




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 Re: Re: Re: Calling all WD experts in reply to earlschieb, 04-03-2003 14:23:08  
let me do some checking around and let me talk to my dad what I'm seeing from the pictures is the carb isnt even allis what year is it to me it looks like some one used something from a another company if you need to email me it is jopamam@hamilton.net thank you



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Buford

04-02-2003 19:31:47




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 Re: Calling all WD experts in reply to earlschieb, 04-02-2003 18:30:58  
engine sn. behine carb. check here, first letters should say wd. on mag side 201 engine will be a plate covering valve assy. 226 was solid block most WD were 201 cu. WD45 was 226cu.I am not an expert I just like old Allis tractors.



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earlschieb

04-02-2003 19:58:11




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 Re: Re: Calling all WD experts in reply to Buford, 04-02-2003 19:31:47  
Buford, I went out and looked at it, no seial number behind carb, just an indentation about an inch and a half, by an inch and a half, about a half inch deep, no plate on distibuter side, solid block, I did scrape the crap out of the side of the block looking for the serial no. , there is a mall plate,held on with 2 bolts behind the steering shaft, at the rear of the block, if that helps any.

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Tractor Rod

04-03-2003 15:47:29




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 Re: Re: Re: Calling all WD experts in reply to earlschieb, 04-02-2003 19:58:11  
The motor or manifold is most likely a leroi. The leroi is pretty much the same motor. The leroi manifold exits out of the very front. Hope this helps.



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