Re: WD Engine Serial Number in reply to Rob, 11-15-2003 14:18:06
Rob I think this is the answer to your question, this is from the owners manual. "High compression engines are equipped to burn gasoline only. for average loads use 60 octane or higher. for continued heavy loads use 70 octane gasoline or higher. These engines are designated by the letters "PA" following the engine serial number. (example:WD110650 PA)." A standard compression engine could be used with tractor fuel or didtillate or gasoline. the letters "KA" followed the numbers on these engines. I have read about these duel fuel WDs but have never seen one.
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