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riveroadrat

07-14-2020 19:42:38




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I was looking for a post on a 6015F diesel block. does anyone know which block that is? thanks




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Sean in PA

07-15-2020 04:35:46




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 Re: archive search is wasteland in reply to riveroadrat, 07-14-2020 19:42:38  
C0NN6015F doesn't come up in any searches. How many cylinders does it have? If it has 4 cylinders and is a diesel, with a C0NN prefix (casting designed by the tractor division for the tractor division in 1960) it could be a 144, 172 or 192, so you would have to measure bore and stroke manually, or get lucky that a machine shop might have it listed. If it has 6 cylinders it would be a 242.



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riveroadrat

07-15-2020 11:08:56




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 Re: archive search is wasteland in reply to Sean in PA, 07-15-2020 04:35:46  
4 banger.



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Ultradog MN

07-15-2020 02:40:28




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 Re: archive search is wasteland in reply to riveroadrat, 07-14-2020 19:42:38  
Try google advanced search.
Type your query into either the line that says All the words or into the line that says exact word or phrase.

Then scroll down a ways and type in www.yesterdaystractors.com

Then click search.

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Kirk-NJ

07-15-2020 02:03:15




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 Re: archive search is wasteland in reply to riveroadrat, 07-14-2020 19:42:38  
D4NN 6015F is 192 diesel not sure about the CONN. Count the head bolts. If I remember correctly the 192 diesel had more bolts.



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Olliejunkie

07-14-2020 22:05:10




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 Re: archive search is wasteland in reply to riveroadrat, 07-14-2020 19:42:38  
I have better luck doing a Google search than searching the archives



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Shaun Wallace

07-14-2020 19:48:33




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 Re: archive search is wasteland in reply to riveroadrat, 07-14-2020 19:42:38  
What is whole the engineering number ?



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riveroadrat

07-14-2020 20:03:53




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 Re: archive search is wasteland in reply to Shaun Wallace, 07-14-2020 19:48:33  
CONN 6015F



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