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Help identify John Deere model l- la or combonr power uni

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wilson ind

06-15-2020 18:02:10

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Bought L frame for front wheels transmission and frame. Want to sell the engine but know how to correctly describe the thing. Or LA or combine Pictures to tell if original or what The rear bell housing and drive shaft are not correct Tell me what I am trying to sell!!!!

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06-16-2020 06:30:06

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 Re: Help identify John Deere model l- la or combonr power uni in reply to wilson ind, 06-15-2020 18:02:10  
It is definitely a JD LA engine as opposed to a Hercules. You can tell by the distance between the spark plugs and the starter mounting. Also the water jacket size going to the radiator are smaller than those on the LUC (combine) engine.

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wilson ind

06-16-2020 16:06:31

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 Re: Help identify John Deere model l- la or combonr power uni in reply to jdal, 06-16-2020 06:30:06  
Thank you. Going to remove and set back in shed. Its been stored inside and free. Hate to see old iron go to scrap or rust away. Will advertise in fall or winter. I do not like to see engines advertised as something they are not. I have driver too many miles when seller did not take effort to know what they were selling., Recently bought a used BUSH HOG Talk about a bunch of fools's!!! Actually had fellow argue that all rotary cutters were made by Bushhog.

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