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D-17 Diesel conversion

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04-07-1999 09:21:39

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I have a D-17 diesel with a cracked head. I also have an engine off of a C combine. It is the AC 262 6 cylinder gas engine. It is the cubic inch displacement as the diesel. Does anybody know if this engine will fit into the D-17? Will the frame and engine fit together and how much will I have to rig together? I don't plan on using the tractor much it's just a side project. Is this worthwhile or would it be better just to find a new head for the diesel. Any help would be greatly apprecitated.

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04-25-1999 07:28:10

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 Re: D-17 Diesel conversion in reply to Terrance, 04-07-1999 09:21:39  
My neighbor replaced the gas engin in a D-17 with one off of a Gleaner E. They were exactly the same except for a port that he had to put a plate over.

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04-07-1999 15:29:16

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 Re: D-17 Diesel conversion in reply to Terrance, 04-07-1999 09:21:39  
hello I have seen it done, BUT it was a WD-45 desiel with a 6cyclinder gas combine engine. Im sorry that I cant tell you the specifics. I seen it a local tractor pull.

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04-12-1999 09:27:42

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 Re: Re: D-17 Diesel conversion in reply to jon, 04-07-1999 15:29:16  

the combine engine wil need some tractor componnents to work in tractor,use the stuff from d-19 gas to make it work

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