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Allis Engine in Farmall

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Brandon

04-29-2003 11:15:40




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Does anyone know if a WD or WD-45 engine would fit in a Farmall M?? I've been thinkin the 38" rubber and 5 speed tranny would be nice behind the snappy Allis engine. What do you think?? Is this worth pursuing? Thanks, Brandon




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Zonie

05-02-2003 18:34:38




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 Re: Allis Engine in Farmall in reply to Brandon, 04-29-2003 11:15:40  
I belive if you were to put an allis wd or wd-45 engine in a farmall m that you'd be disappointed as I belive the farmall engine has greater torque even though the horsepower is close. I have a farmall H and an allis WC( same basic engine as a WD) the flywheels look to be about the same size and the cluches will interchange. It might be easier to put the WD engine in to a farmall H and you might be happier with the results. the H tractor weighs around 1000 lbs less than an M.

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Bill

04-29-2003 20:14:35




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 Re: Allis Engine in Farmall in reply to Brandon, 04-29-2003 11:15:40  
I dont know if that would work, but I have seen a 426 engine out of a 7080 put in a IHC 1900 series 2 ton truck ,,,,Bill



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Doug in OR

04-29-2003 18:50:07




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 Re: Allis Engine in Farmall in reply to Brandon, 04-29-2003 11:15:40  
WD engine will give you about 10 hp less than the M engine had. Snappy or not, the tractor won't be as powerful. The WD-45 engine will have the same or slightly more HP than the M had. In any event, it won't be worth your trouble. Either change the M to a Super M engine, or go with the WD-45 tractor completely. It is a big job to make such a crossbreed combination work.



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wdTom

04-29-2003 18:40:26




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 Re: Allis Engine in Farmall in reply to Brandon, 04-29-2003 11:15:40  
Well putting anything orange on a red tractor will improve the tractor. Go for it!!



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Alvin NE WI

04-29-2003 18:01:36




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 Re: Allis Engine in Farmall in reply to Brandon, 04-29-2003 11:15:40  
You sure figured out a way to insult a Allis!!
Alvin



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