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Jerry M.- TN

11-07-2003 13:03:22




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Will the WC, WD, and Wd-45 heads interchange?
Which would be better for pulling? Also,would flat-top pistons be better?




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old

11-07-2003 13:39:48




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 Re: Ac Heads in reply to Jerry M.- TN, 11-07-2003 13:03:22  
The WC and WD heads will they are the same engine but I'm not sure about the WD45 its a bigger engine. hope this helps



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wdTom

11-07-2003 17:40:58




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 Re: Re: Ac Heads in reply to old, 11-07-2003 13:39:48  
I think there are short and tall heads and that all will work on all engines. You will need short or tall head studs. About 1952 (I think) they went to a taller head to straighten out the passages a bit for better air flow. The 45 engine is the same basically. It has a 1/2" longer stroke and power crater pistons.



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bw in mo

11-07-2003 19:27:03




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 Re: Re: Re: Ac Heads in reply to wdTom, 11-07-2003 17:40:58  
PS One thing more you will need the correct push rod's



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bw in mo

11-07-2003 19:23:30




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 Re: Re: Re: Ac Heads in reply to wdTom, 11-07-2003 17:40:58  
Some of the Wc have 12 bolt ,others have 15 bolts . All 15 bolt heads thick or thin will fit, if the bolts are the correct length.



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doorguy

11-07-2003 20:30:21




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Ac Heads in reply to bw in mo, 11-07-2003 19:23:30  
Did they change the location of the top hose water outlet from the left top side of the head to the front of the head? I have a head supposedly for a WD45 that is different in this respect. Thanks doorguy



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bw in mo

11-08-2003 18:39:00




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Ac Heads in reply to doorguy, 11-07-2003 20:30:21  
They used the same style through the 170, the thermostat housing bolted on the left side of head & used flat plate on back hole.



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