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EricSW PA

01-18-2008 19:21:18




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We have a SC wich we are attempting to build as a puller my question is there any other head that will fit the SC motor other than the original thanks for any feedback




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C. Amick

01-19-2008 09:35:59




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 Re: SC Head in reply to EricSW PA, 01-18-2008 19:21:18  
I think the head casting number that ends with "17" is the higher compression head. The other casting number ends in "18". The SC has a low engine cubic inch displacement for the weight of the tractor. I have 5 of them, but the SC wouldn't be my first choice for a pulling tractor. If I were going to build one, I think the VAC, DC or CC would be a better choice. You can put the internal components out of a 148 cu. in. engine in a VAC block.

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caseman-d

01-18-2008 20:25:19




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 Re: SC Head in reply to cahess, 01-18-2008 19:21:18  

EricSW PA said: (quoted from post at 20:21:18 01/18/08) We have a SC wich we are attempting to build as a puller my question is there any other head that will fit the SC motor other than the original thanks for any feedback


I show high compression head #A2584AA. I don't recall if there was an LP head for the SC like big brother DC. Might have to just mill yours down.

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J Heitkemper

01-18-2008 19:39:23




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 Re: SC Head in reply to EricSW PA, 01-18-2008 19:21:18  
Doubtful from My Chair ,,,BUT WHO KNOWS !Someone might have a suggestion ?? ,,, I do know that a 44 head has been used on MY 1954 sc with no problems ,.,,
I Have Won lots of trophies Pulling a 51 DC ,.. My Favorite HORSE ,Personally , Would'nt waste my efforts on a sc ,,Show and No go tractor. The DC is TWICE the tractor of the sc in the SAME size iron package! MY 2 cents, Jim



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EricSW PA

01-19-2008 03:42:02




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 Re: SC Head in reply to J Heitkemper, 01-18-2008 19:39:23  
Well my uncle bought it when my dad was 9 years old hes 61 now and im trying to do it for him personally i have a Allis WC wich has 53hp but there appears to be a lot more motor to work with in it the valves in the SC seem to be offly small but theres no room to make them larger



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