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861 W/192??

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Robert (ID)

07-23-2020 19:35:54




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Ok guys i have a chance at an 861D that the balancer went to crap and took out the crank gear... I also know of a industrial 192 gas engine... will it swap? it would make me a nice gasser with some SNORT.




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Kirk-NJ

07-25-2020 04:42:01




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 Re: 861 W/192?? in reply to Robert (ID), 07-23-2020 19:35:54  
As Dean said whole engine will swap right in. Here's my Ratty NAA puller with 192 engine I swapped in.



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Dean

07-25-2020 07:34:00




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 Re: 861 W/192?? in reply to Kirk-NJ, 07-25-2020 04:42:01  
NAA puller with 192?

I'm surprised that the pinion support has held up.

Dean



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Kirk-NJ

07-25-2020 09:16:53




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 Re: 861 W/192?? in reply to Dean, 07-25-2020 07:34:00  
Yep and it's an 8n rear.



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Dean

07-25-2020 11:10:39




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 Re: 861 W/192?? in reply to Kirk-NJ, 07-25-2020 09:16:53  
Keep your fingers crossed, Kirk.

Dean



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Kirk-NJ

07-26-2020 03:01:33




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 Re: 861 W/192?? in reply to Dean, 07-25-2020 11:10:39  
I ain't going to baby it so it's balls to the wall. She breaks she breaks. Here's the last pull a couple of weeks ago. 2nd place was where the flagman started backing up 25 feet behind me.



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Dean

07-26-2020 05:41:28




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 Re: 861 W/192?? in reply to Kirk-NJ, 07-26-2020 03:01:33  
And it's quiet too.

Dean



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kirk-nj

07-26-2020 13:35:22




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 Re: 861 W/192?? in reply to Dean, 07-26-2020 05:41:28  
The noise is coming from the garden tractor n the track to the left



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Dean

07-23-2020 20:36:49




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 Re: 861 W/192?? in reply to Robert (ID), 07-23-2020 19:35:54  
Yes, it will bolt in.

Of course, you will need to do the normal diesel to gasoline conversion process.

Dean



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