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Chuck Craig

08-03-2007 18:07:23




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I am trying to swap out an engine from an A/C GLEANER to an A/C grader model "D". this has been told to me that it[ the bad engine] is the same as an WD45. MY question is "what are the pitfalls awaiting me as I proceed? THANK YOU




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chuck craig

08-05-2007 00:50:53




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 Re: engine swap in reply to Chuck Craig, 08-03-2007 18:07:23  
why should i swap governors? and about the clutch?



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EdW(IL)

08-04-2007 18:44:17




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 Re: engine swap in reply to Chuck Craig, 08-03-2007 18:07:23  
A lot of the model D graders had the exact same engine. Depends on the year. Even if it had the WD45 engine, it will still work. You may hve to use your original water pump and trim about an inch off the end of the crankshaft and use your original pulley.



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ohio

08-04-2007 10:33:14




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 Re: engine swap in reply to Chuck Craig, 08-03-2007 18:07:23  
swap the governers, check for clearance or remove the fuel pump, check for clearance around the oil lines below the filter housing.
i strongly suggest rebuilding the clutch. where abouts are you?



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chuck craig

08-05-2007 00:47:06




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 Re: engine swap in reply to ohio, 08-04-2007 10:33:14  
I am in southern california



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