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converting a gas wd45 to a diesel

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trevor

11-19-2003 16:46:28




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Wanting to build a diesel 45 can you put one in a gas chasis? if so what do you have to change. one more possible problem wanting to put in a 262 out of a d17 or 19 any help would be great




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Anon

11-20-2003 16:48:55




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 Re: converting a gas wd45 to a diesel in reply to trevor, 11-19-2003 16:46:28  
Well let's see: yes you could use a 262 and possibly a 276 Buda. You would need the diesel radiator,throttle linkage, starter,generator, fuel tank,battery box,wiring harness... you know it would be cheaper and easier to just find a diesel one with a bad engine.



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Joe

12-14-2003 18:27:04




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 Re: Re: converting a gas wd45 to a diesel in reply to Anon, 11-20-2003 16:48:55  
What is a 276 Buda? I am familiar with a 262 but am not aware of the 276. What were these engines used in? Thanks



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trevor

11-20-2003 18:23:24




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 Re: Re: converting a gas wd45 to a diesel in reply to Anon, 11-20-2003 16:48:55  
what tractor did the buda engine come in? so far finding a diesel chasis is almost impossible where I am located the ones you do find are so high that you can buy a decent d17. Also what kind of hp. does the buda engine have? an can you tell the difference in the 262



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