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David Brown engine swap

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R Anderson

01-05-2010 11:11:28

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Would it be possible to put a 1210 engine in a 995 David Brown?

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01-06-2010 14:02:27

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 Re: David Brown engine swap in reply to dedrick, 01-05-2010 11:11:28  
that should'nt be any problem its the same engine both are a 4/55 db engine,the injector pump eng oil pump clutch and flywheel are different but those parts from your 995 will fit,you could use the 1212 inj pump if you like you would have more power but you would have to modify the throttle and stop linkages,i done this myself i put a 1490 eng into a 996 all bolts lined up hope this helps you. tom
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01-05-2010 17:19:30

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 Re: David Brown engine swap in reply to R Anderson, 01-05-2010 11:11:28  
Yes, I believe you can swap that engine.The front pump you will not need.But you will need to swap out the clutch unit.Make sure you measure the flywheel because you may need to swap it out also. The engine will bolt up to your bell housing.

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01-05-2010 13:59:56

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 Re: David Brown engine swap in reply to R Anderson, 01-05-2010 11:11:28  
Try asking on this site,www.dbtc.co.uk/, they should have your answer.

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R Anderson

01-05-2010 11:36:00

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 Re: David Brown engine swap in reply to R Anderson, 01-05-2010 11:11:28  
Thought I would be a little more specific here. We have a 995 with a rod hanging out the side and have access to a good engine out of a 1210

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