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WD and gleaner engine swap clutch and flywheel

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Mac (NC)

07-31-2003 11:16:01

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I am installing a D17 type engine from a gleaner into a WD that will be used as a puller. The WD clutch and flywheel will work with the gleaner engine, but I do not know if the ten inch clutch will handle the additional horsepower. Will the D17 flywheel and stock 11 inch clutch work with this combination of tractor and engine? Is there a better alternative aftermarket clutch?

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07-31-2003 19:06:31

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 Re: WD and gleaner engine swap clutch and flywheel in reply to Mac (NC), 07-31-2003 11:16:01  
Mac You will have to use the WD flywheel. Just get 9 spring pressure plate off of a 45. It should hold it. Good luck with it.

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Mac (NC)

08-10-2003 13:36:54

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 Re: Re: WD and gleaner engine swap clutch and flyw in reply to Allisman, 07-31-2003 19:06:31  
Thanks for the response. I will be using a 9 spring wd45 pressure plate with heavier aftermarket springs.

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07-31-2003 14:07:00

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 Re: WD and gleaner engine swap clutch and flywheel in reply to Mac (NC), 07-31-2003 11:16:01  
I doubt if the bigger clutch will fit in the WD bell housing. You probably won't need the bigger clutch unless you're going to be pulling in heavier weight classes or going in a very high gear.

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