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W14 Loader

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Van Hull

02-15-2007 20:41:20

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Is there any other size motors for a W14 other than a 336?

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02-16-2007 11:49:59

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 Re: W14 Loader in reply to Van Hull, 02-15-2007 20:41:20  
Dad has two W14, one has a 301 someone must have put in and the other has the standard non turbo 336, I think the late W14 had a 336 with a turbo according to an old brochure i have. Yes the 301 is kind of a pooch compared to the one that has the 336. I guess it probably is due to the RPM not giving the transmission enough spin, but it works fine for feeding cows and things, we use the one with the 336 for dirt work and manure. We thought about putting a 401 in but have to lenghten frame and some other fun stuff. About all i know about it, take care.

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02-16-2007 11:02:38

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 Re: W14 Loader in reply to Van Hull, 02-15-2007 20:41:20  
I thought about slipping a 301 in mine when the main spun. I found a 336 core engine and rebuilt it. I was a little concerned about the RPM,s with the 301. To get any power to the wheels all of the 2200 RPM's are needed. I have the 336 that came out of mine if it would help you out. I had it measured up, and was told that the block could be line bored, and the crank turned. I would guarantee it rebuildable if you are interested. I also know of a 4BT cummins that is all taken appart and needs rebuilt. No idea what is wrong with it. $400 will buy that. I am in East Central SD. email if I can help. DK

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case trader

02-16-2007 09:35:04

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 Re: W14 Loader in reply to Van Hull, 02-15-2007 20:41:20  
i guess any case 6 cyl, will bolt up 504,451 but you are going to have to deal w/the extra 2 cyl.as far as length, that 4 cyl. is a 504 with two cyl. loped off.

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