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07-21-2013 13:36:19

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I have a tired 504bd in a Case loader that needs replacing or rebuilding block casting #a66526. I found a good running case 504bdt that has block casting #A58516 and it looks older than the engine I have but runs very well. Will this engine swap?? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

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07-22-2013 20:19:05

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 Re: 504 transplant question in reply to 504 transplant?, 07-21-2013 13:36:19  
Thanks for your help.

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07-22-2013 05:11:12

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 Re: 504 transplant question in reply to 504 transplant?, 07-21-2013 13:36:19  
Any 504 will bolt in where one came out. The BD and BDT would mean non turbo and a turbo'd engine. There will be internal and external differences in the engines, but as far as installation they will bolt up the same. Rod.

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07-22-2013 08:37:21

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 Re: 504 transplant question in reply to 1370rod, 07-22-2013 05:11:12  
Rod, I did not comment as I was not sure on the crank bolt pattern as some "BD" have the smaller rod/main brgs but I thought all 504's had the same pattern cnt

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