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08-18-2002 06:31:05

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Hi fellows,
The block on my friend's 1961 Farmall 140 is cracked. We have access to an engine from a 1950 Super A that is not cracked but needs rebuilding. Will it work? I was certain it would work, but the water pump on the 140 appears to be mounted onto the head, unlike the earlier water pumps that were mounted on the lower water intake. If anyone has any advice before we start the swap, please let me know.

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08-18-2002 21:19:07

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 Re: C-123 ENGINE in reply to Lewis, 08-18-2002 06:31:05  
Don't over look IH hay bailers ....I remember the old 50 T hay bailer used the same engine as the tractors A,B and C.......

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08-18-2002 20:04:49

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 Re: C-123 ENGINE in reply to Lewis, 08-18-2002 06:31:05  
Isn't the 123 power unit engines used in the older combines the same? The reason I ask is because my t4 crawler has the power unit engine in it, and I wondered if the 140 wheeled tractors use it too.

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08-18-2002 07:38:05

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 Re: C-123 ENGINE in reply to Lewis, 08-18-2002 06:31:05  
How bad is the block cracked...maybe it can be repaired without doing a whole engine rebuild...If it's not cracked over the top of the block where the head goes, it should be okay to repair.

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08-18-2002 10:28:36

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 Re: Re: C-123 ENGINE in reply to Dave_Id, 08-18-2002 07:38:05  
Hi Dave,
The block is cracked severely on the outside, almost from front of the block to back, underneath intake and exhaust manifold. We have not tore into it yet, just trying to get as much info. as possible so we will know which way to go. Will the blocks interchange if we have to go that route? From what I can tell, the 140 block has a plate bolted over the location where the water pump would be located on the earlier 100's, 130's, etc. Is the head different only, or also the block. Thanks for the response!

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