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repower a D-17

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kjm

10-18-2003 22:12:31




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What 6cyl moter will bolt in a D-17?I know the radiator will be moved. Will a modle F Gleaner fit? Thanks kjm




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acwd65

10-22-2003 17:34:38




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 Re: repower a D-17 in reply to kjm, 10-18-2003 22:12:31  
i got my 262 gas out of an gleaner F,stuck it in a wd45.



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JMS/MN

10-21-2003 00:03:25




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 Re: repower a D-17 in reply to kjm, 10-18-2003 22:12:31  
Wasn't the Gleaner F gas engine a Chevy Six?



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Wally G.

10-21-2003 17:27:39




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 Re: Re: repower a D-17 in reply to JMS/MN, 10-21-2003 00:03:25  
Yeah they used a 292 six cylinder in some of the combines but the older E model? used a 230 six cylinder Buda. Similar to the 262 but had a smaller bore.



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Wally G.

10-20-2003 18:09:01




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 Re: repower a D-17 in reply to kjm, 10-18-2003 22:12:31  
Look into the 262 from a D19,or a 230 out of one of a Gleaner combine. You can use the side rails from a D17 diesel and probably the radiator too. The steering shaft might have to be changed too.



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kjm

10-20-2003 21:27:59




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 Re: Re: repower a D-17 in reply to Wally G., 10-20-2003 18:09:01  
Thanks Wally, I have a D-17 with a worn out moter and I was thinking if I am going to pull the moter I might as well add two more cyl.



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