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08-13-2007 17:42:16

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i have and old motor from a b model or a combine my grandfather says it will fit either or not sure if thats i correct but i was wondering if it would be worth any money or not we have not use for it or if it is just good for scrap

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08-14-2007 13:12:19

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 Re: ac- b motor in reply to yeah9567, 08-13-2007 17:42:16  
so, where abouts are you?

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08-14-2007 06:47:29

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 Re: ac- b motor in reply to yeah9567, 08-13-2007 17:42:16  
Look on the serial pad, a BE is an early engine, a CE fits B's and C's and has a few more cubes, and a CR is a combine engine that the governer isset for 200 more RPM and has an oil pan on the rockers. Don't know the codes for power units. But if it doesn't have holes or major cracks post it for sale and you'll get more than the $20 scrap price.

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08-13-2007 21:34:18

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 Re: ac- b motor in reply to yeah9567, 08-13-2007 17:42:16  
I would be interested also if you are close to Wyo and if chalmersbob dosnt take it. Just found out my B has been setting out side for over 40 years and is stuck, wonder why.

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08-13-2007 19:23:02

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 Re: ac- b motor in reply to yeah9567, 08-13-2007 17:42:16  
A eninge from a B/C just as a core is worth $250-300 and there is no way you will get near that as scrap. Post it in the ad area of this site for say $100-200 and some one will probably buy it. The most you could get for it as scrap would be maybe $25-30

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08-13-2007 19:21:46

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 Re: ac- b motor in reply to yeah9567, 08-13-2007 17:42:16  
it would be a b125 power unit (if it has mounts for a generator). yes it will fit a b,c, or ca tractor.
is it stuck? if it isn't, it is a salable item.
where are you located? might be interested. Bob

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