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Old Rusty

08-27-2011 11:36:28




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Dose any one know if there is a way to slow down A 47 LA Propane. Running 18.4 x 30 Rubber and 10% over Rpm. Also looking for a set of 4.875 Bore sleeves. Bought A parts tractor with good pistons and rods but, it had been run to much with just water and sleeve are not usable.
Thanks for any info.rlg




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Derrol Wells

08-28-2011 16:25:38




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 Re: L A speed in reply to Old Rusty, 08-27-2011 11:36:28  
Old Rusty, Look up ABC Repair Parts.com. They list the 4 7/8" piston ring set as part #121295, they may have the sleeves and pistons as well. I have a '49 propane LA and a '51 propane LA with 4 7/8" pistons and they seem to have all the power that the tires can hold. The larger the piston, the greater the fuel consumption, but the power is better. ---Derrol in Texas---



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Old Rusty

08-29-2011 14:37:52




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 Re: L A speed in reply to Derrol Wells, 08-28-2011 16:25:38  
Thank you for the reply. Just sent them an e-mail. Hope they get it.
rlg



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