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EGEL

09-30-2007 18:15:06




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WE ARE GOING TO PUT A471 DETROIT IN AN LA CASE. wE WANT TO USE IT TO POWER A SAWMILL.IT LOOKS LIKE WE WILL NEED TO USE THE FLYWHEEL FROM BOTH UNITS, AND BUILD A SHORT ADAPTER SHAFT AND A PLATE TO PUT THE TWO BELLHOUSINGS TOGETHER.ARE THER ANY PARTS AVAILABLE FOR THIS? DOES ANY ONE HAVE ANY INPUT ON THIS CONVERSION? WE CAN USE ANY AND ALL HELP ON THIS PROJECT.THANKS EGEL




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Don L.

10-02-2007 08:44:23




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 Re: 471DETROIT IN LA CASE in reply to EGEL, 09-30-2007 18:15:06  
I have a 3/71 in one LA and a 4/71 in another LA. I also have the plans to build one.
Don L.
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Walt Davies

10-01-2007 09:38:42




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 Re: 471DETROIT IN LA CASE in reply to EGEL, 09-30-2007 18:15:06  
Most of the ones that I have seen were 3/71 GMCs they were bolted right up to the original bellhousing with an adapter plate. If you don't do it this way you will have to build a framework as the engine and tranny are the main framework for the tractor.

I would look at one that has been modified before doing it myself just to see how it is all done.
Walt



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EGEL

10-02-2007 07:28:40




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 Re: 471DETROIT IN LA CASE in reply to Walt Davies, 10-01-2007 09:38:42  
WALT, WERE DO I FIND SOMEONE THAT HAS DONE THIS CONVERTION? hAVE YOU HEARD OF ANY USED PARTS AROUND? THANKS EGEL



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Walt Davies

10-02-2007 08:09:04




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 Re: 471DETROIT IN LA CASE in reply to EGEL, 10-02-2007 07:28:40  
Egel, Most likely all of them are dead an gone by now you just need to find one an look at it to see what they did,
Walt



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jwal10

09-30-2007 19:30:53




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 Re: 471DETROIT IN LA CASE in reply to EGEL, 09-30-2007 18:15:06  
There was a kit to do that but the ones i've seen were 3-71's I think.



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J Schwiebert

09-30-2007 18:34:12




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 Re: 471DETROIT IN LA CASE in reply to EGEL, 09-30-2007 18:15:06  
You will not be the first one. I was sent to Cleveland TN by the company once and a jocky had one on his lot. Looked good too.



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