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Re: 354 Perkins Question

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Traditional Farmer

01-16-2020 10:07:12

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I know where there is a 1850 with a bad motor and a MF 1100 with a good motor but other mechanical problems,just wondering if its feasible to try to put
the MF motor in the 1850 since I know there can be a lot of differences in 354 motors.

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Brown swiss

01-17-2020 23:40:04

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 Re: 354 Perkins Question in reply to Traditional Farmer, 01-16-2020 10:07:12  
What kind of problems with the 1100? I know this is the oliver board but having an 1850 and a 1105 I would take the 1105 anyday over the 1850, love my 1850 just like the massey more!

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Traditional Farmer

01-19-2020 02:57:54

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 Re: 354 Perkins Question in reply to Brown swiss, 01-17-2020 23:40:04  
The MF needs some expensive repairs in the rear/transmission.

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01-16-2020 12:13:31

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 Re: 354 Perkins Question in reply to Traditional Farmer, 01-16-2020 10:07:12  
Basically,you're just using the block,head,crank,pistons and rods and valve train when you transplant another 354 in to an 1850. If the Oliver front pulley will work on the crank,and I would imagine that it would,or if the Massey front pulley will work with the Oliver front cover,it should be no different than putting a combine engine in one.

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