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Cockshutt 30-AC engine swap

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11-10-2012 09:22:40

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Friend of mine has several cockshutt 30 parts tractors but no good engine,Also has some AC WD,WD 45 parts tractors one having a good engine.Question is has anyone ever installed an AC endine in a cockshutt 30 chassis and if so is it a fairly simple drop in or major work? Thanks Rich

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11-10-2012 16:52:23

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 Re: Cockshutt 30-AC engine swap in reply to RICHB, 11-10-2012 09:22:40  
youd probably be better off using a 262 buda or maybe a hercules like the newer cockshutts.

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no no no

11-10-2012 18:07:21

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 Re: Cockshutt 30-AC engine swap in reply to bp4455, 11-10-2012 16:52:23  
Cockshutt 30 is a 4 cyclinder. would not be fun trying to get a 262 6 cylinder in there.

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11-11-2012 12:03:43

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 Re: Cockshutt 30-AC engine swap in reply to no no no, 11-10-2012 18:07:21  
ive seen one with 262. perhaps it was a 40 disguised as a 30. im not a cockshutt expert. all i know is the allis have a hard time keeping up these days.

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The Co-op Kid

11-11-2012 10:52:44

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 Re: Cockshutt 30-AC engine swap in reply to no no no, 11-10-2012 18:07:21  
I never saw it (ya, I know) but I talked to a guy that said he put a 6B230 in a 30 chassis. He said he used the 4B153 bellhousing, flywheel and starter. He said the engine fit over the top of the steering gear. I don"t know where he put the radiator.

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Justin C.

11-12-2012 06:40:42

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 Re: Cockshutt 30-AC engine swap in reply to The Co-op Kid, 11-11-2012 10:52:44  
There's a guy here local to me in TN that put a 40 motor in a 30. He said it wasn't too bad but took some work. I haven't seen the tractor run in several years.

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