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wc to E-3 converson ?

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rhudson

02-27-2004 06:44:26




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Need some help fellows.

i have installed a gleamer E-3 engine in my wc for my son's first pulling tractor. i've taken the flywheel off the wc and installed it on the e-3, made a new oil line to go around the wc's steering rod. i'm using the wc's starter which is + grounded. i have a reprint (E_bay) manual for wc and wd-45, also have I & T manual for both models, nothing on E-3 engines. with me so far? now for some questions that i know are obvious for you fellows but so far a mistery for me.

1. is the E-3 engine + ground? if not what do i need to do to complete the converson? (i cannot find anything in my manuals on politary of the wd-45 engines which i'm assuming is brother to the E-3)

2. The dealer i purchased the E-3 engine from pulled a carburater off a shelf to go with the engine (the combine engine did not have a carb.) it is a Marvel-Scherier TSX-853, does not match with the model for the WD-45 mentioned in the I & T manual. is it the carb i whould be using?

3. the E-3 seems to be throttled by the carb with a maxium engine rpm being limited by the governor. (i'm assuming this since the input to the governor is set with a static adjustment instead of a throttle lever like on the WD-45 pictures in the manuals). so i'm assuming that i'll trade governors with the orginial wc engine which has throttle rod to governor input?

Sure would appreciate any help, Thanks

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