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Super H v8

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02-12-2001 15:01:47

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i have a super h with a bad mototr and rough condition, i also have a small block chevy laying around, anybody put a v8 in a super h before? how difficult was it, how much involved?

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02-12-2001 19:47:38

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 Re: super H v8 in reply to Jason, 02-12-2001 15:01:47  
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02-12-2001 19:35:04

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 Re: super H v8 in reply to Jason, 02-12-2001 15:01:47  
One of the tractor shows I go to every summer has an H with a 302 Ford under the hood. It has headers, too. That sucker is FAST. As for how difficult and how involved, anything is possible with enough time and money.

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George Willer

02-12-2001 18:45:15

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 Re: super H v8 in reply to Jason, 02-12-2001 15:01:47  

That should be an easy conversion. Keep in mind that the V/8 won't have much power at the low tractor RPM's, but that is manageable. The guys that have my respect are the ones who put Jimmy V/8's in John Deere A's. I've seen a couple. Turning the corner with the power is much harder to do...but it brings the RPM back where it belongs! :-(

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gene b

02-12-2001 17:37:54

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 Re: super H v8 in reply to Jason, 02-12-2001 15:01:47  
just remember that the original engine ran 1700 or so and the chevy will run at least twice that many rpms what are you going to do with the tractor will determine if this is what you want easy to do if you know how

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02-12-2001 17:52:48

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 Re: Re: super H v8 in reply to gene b, 02-12-2001 17:37:54  
i have access to a cat 3208 turbo diesel maybe i will try that i can spin it alot slower than the race prepped smallblock i was thinking about. ah the mind of a hot rodder!!!!

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Jim McQuoid

02-12-2001 15:57:36

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 Re: super H v8 in reply to Jason, 02-12-2001 15:01:47  
I have a B250 international that I have considered doing the same thing to but it will have to wait untill I have nothing else to do.
let me know how you make out.

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