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Re: Swapping excavator engines

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05-28-2012 09:21:51

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Roy I am 69 years old and have spent the last 40 + years sellin,servicing & repairing heavy equipment. Have seen ever kind of engine swap from a Mack truck engine in a td 20 ih dozer to smaller swaps. In almost every case the end results did not justify the effort. Firt you have to get the motor hooked up and mounted. Then fuel in, air in, exaust out, and cooling water. Then the throttle controls will always be off side.. Just a lot of work. I have an ih scout pickup that I am thinking of putting a KUBOTA disel in and I know I am in for a job but got plenty of time..

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Roy Suomi

05-29-2012 03:49:56

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 Re: Swapping excavator engines in reply to jm., 05-28-2012 09:21:51  
I've got everything done with the exception of engine cooling..I found that the electric fan was a puller not a pusher, and a little undersized for application..If the waterpump weren't off-set , I could have used a conventional driven fan on it.. Everything else worked out t*ts..I couldn't believe that I got all that bent tin put back on.. It's a mess..

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Roy Suomi

05-29-2012 18:01:00

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 Re: Swapping excavator engines in reply to Roy Suomi, 05-29-2012 03:49:56  
I contacted Summit Racing in NE Ohio today and ordered a Mr. Gasket #1987 fan from their online catalog.. 1500 cfm should do the trick..Alter the fan mount bracket , wire it up and test it..I've got 2 stumps to test it out on..

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