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WD with a bent crank

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11-17-2007 09:26:28

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I was wondering what blocks will fit my WD. I don"t know much about AC"s but I"ve heard of guys using a gleaner motor? Its a late modle with a curved shifter. The govenor blew apart and a piece wedged between the timing gears and bent the crank. It still runs but there is alot of glitter on the dipstick, it shakes terrible and has no oil pressure. The WD45 was more common in my neighborhood will those motors bolt in?

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Jerry Coulter

11-17-2007 09:49:29

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 Re: WD with a bent crank in reply to N.J.S., 11-17-2007 09:26:28  
Any of the W engines will fit (WC, WD, WD45) and the 17 series (D17, Gleaner E) will fit with some alteration (notch the frame, shorten the crank, enlarge the water pump bolt holes). I once bolted a LeRoi 226 into a WC to run a mix-mill. Worked fine until that excessive HP ate up the PTO.

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