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What all engines will interchange with a DC

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Farmallb

04-03-2020 13:50:21




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Im looking on E Bay for engines that will fit in a DC Case, but I dont know which model engines will fit in a DC




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rustred

04-03-2020 14:15:18




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 Re: What all engines will interchange with a DC in reply to Farmallb, 04-03-2020 13:50:21  
the D series has different tractors. D standard model, DC4 DC3 DI DO. so that should give you something to look at.



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mEl

04-03-2020 14:00:57




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 Re: What all engines will interchange with a DC in reply to Farmallb, 04-03-2020 13:50:21  
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There are no direct bolt ins the older C series shares basically the same bell housing except the Cs did not have a starter except in the industrial I believe, there are DC blocks out there reasonable, and done properly will out live us and parts are out there, why don't you rebuild, unless your block is missing or badly broken rebuild it.



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Farmallb

04-04-2020 09:26:02




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 Re: What all engines will interchange with a DC in reply to mEl, 04-03-2020 14:00:57  
I can do that. I was just checking to see wqhat engines would fit, and at what cost it might be to buy one.



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Joe (Wa)

04-03-2020 16:14:21




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 Re: What all engines will interchange with a DC in reply to mEl, 04-03-2020 14:00:57  
Sorry mEl, put my reply to the wrong mEl, no wait, there is only one mEl.

Try this link.

Joe



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Joe (Wa)

04-03-2020 16:06:13




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 Re: What all engines will interchange with a DC in reply to mEl, 04-03-2020 14:00:57  
mEl, I don't understand what you are referring to. In the 1st link the aft seals 13 & 29 for respective early drive assemblies is in the same location as the later drive assembly seal 52 in the 2nd link. The seal(s) mentioned is the one that seals the main drive shaft from the hyd pump drive shaft.

His tractor has all the indications of being a very early 530. I think I can make out a spring on the hyd pump drive shaft aft of the release bearing in his pic,(Link 1: bottom drive assembly item 15, mislabeled valve spring). Spring like my pic of an older tractor here. That would make the his tractor prior sn 8191147, 1962 or earlier.

Joe

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