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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum

Cockshutt 50 Diesel

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11-05-2019 14:57:12

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Iím buying a Cockshutt 50 for a project for my son and I. Itís a diesel that needs to be rebuilt. Was there different Diesel engines in the 50 cockshutts or just one brand. Is there parts available for the diesel. Can you get more power out of the diesel than the stock hp. Any help will be most welcomed. Thanks Al and Sam

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11-07-2019 08:44:56

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 Re: Cockshutt 50 Diesel in reply to Deeredriver2520, 11-05-2019 14:57:12  
Is there a way to test if the Pump is broken? Also can the pump be fixed or does it have to be replaced?

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P Heisey Harleysville,PA

11-06-2019 16:23:53

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 Re: Cockshutt 50 Diesel in reply to Deeredriver2520, 11-05-2019 14:57:12  

Al & Sam,

We have many Parts on stock here for your Cockshutt 50 Diesel. All of the all diesel model used the BUDA 6BD273 engine. Between gas and diesel, only 4000 were built 1953 t0 1958. The production numbers also included the CO-OP E5 that was sold in the USA in 1953 only and was sold to the CCIL until the end of the "50" production in 1958.

Phil Heisey

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11-05-2019 20:07:54

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 Re: Cockshutt 50 Diesel in reply to Deeredriver2520, 11-05-2019 14:57:12  
Youíve received sound advice concerning the pump. Beyond that, if you need parts for the engine they are available but not cheap. Between internal parts and machining costs a complete overhaul will cost thousands.

On the even brighter side, thatís an excellent tractor with a great engine. How much more power do you want? In good repair and tuned properly youíre not likely to be disappointed.

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11-05-2019 17:26:20

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 Re: Cockshutt 50 Diesel in reply to Deeredriver2520, 11-05-2019 14:57:12  
Times two what John said, I hope nobody turned the engine over if it's not run awhile. If so the injection pump is probably already wrecked. If you are really luck it will have an inline pump on it instead of the rotary PSB...

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J. Schwiebert

11-05-2019 16:41:37

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 Re: Cockshutt 50 Diesel in reply to Deeredriver2520, 11-05-2019 14:57:12  
Engine is a273 cubic inch Buda. No sleeves, It is cast en block engine. Has the tractor set? If so don't try to start it! Pull the pump off before you brake the pumps plunger!

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