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keith jones

01-11-2007 21:47:13




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Does anyone know where I can get a custom made crank,rods, pistons and sleeves for a DC? How many cubes can be attained and still hold one together? I come from John Deere and International country. KEY PHRASE: No one remembers who comes in 2nd....




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dboll

01-12-2007 05:54:02




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 Re: DC Puller in reply to keith jones, 01-11-2007 21:47:13  
4.750x7 496ci is about the max, heard of a few bigger, I am going from 331 to 413- 4.5x6.5, I have an un used 6 7/8 crank for $300.00, also have a CC block sleeved for 4.320 (no starter) for sale



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Thad

01-12-2007 11:30:09




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 Re: DC Puller in reply to dboll, 01-12-2007 05:54:02  
Doug i emailed you about the block. But sometimes my email doesnt get out so if you dont receive it leave a message or email me. thanks Thad



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joecool

01-12-2007 07:17:06




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 Re: DC Puller in reply to dboll, 01-12-2007 05:54:02  
does the crank accept stock rods, babbit or insert bearings? where is it located? Who did the stroke?



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dboll

01-12-2007 10:53:55




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 Re: DC Puller in reply to joecool, 01-12-2007 07:17:06  
H Farmall rods,sw Mn, meaden machine welded it up.



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DCPULLER

01-12-2007 13:55:54




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 Re: DC Puller in reply to dboll, 01-12-2007 10:53:55  
Doug, are you going to be at Sigourney this spring? Plan on bringing the DC. Dave S



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dboll

01-13-2007 05:38:56




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 Re: DC Puller in reply to DCPULLER, 01-12-2007 13:55:54  
I plan on it, not sure if I want to tear it down before to put my 6.5 crank in it for fear of not having it done, I got a 2nd and 3rd in antique last year but 1200rpm sucks! otherwise i could run in 2nd for 4mph if I had the bigger parts in it. Sigourney is a good pull, hope to be there!



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