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Farmall m stroker

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dkranawetter2121

01-08-2019 17:34:06




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Where is the best place to get a stroke crank made for a farmall m and what is the max stroke I can go without cutting the block and what is the max bore I can go on a 47 m I am located In southeast Missouri




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molinepuller

01-23-2019 14:11:09




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 Re: Farmall m stroker in reply to dkranawetter2121, 01-08-2019 17:34:06  
I like to build IHC M with a 4.500 stroke 7.500 stroke makes good power don't have to worry about sleeves leaking. I do all machine work in house. Located east of St. Louis Mo.



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Sweeper

01-11-2019 06:27:25




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 Re: Farmall m stroker in reply to dkranawetter2121, 01-08-2019 17:34:06  
I have one for sale. Wife said I had to sale one. It's a 4.350 X 7.500, L P head MSD. Has won at Tunica. Includes 20 100# weights.Call Jim Broome, 901-494-8184



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LCB

01-10-2019 15:41:54




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 Re: Farmall m stroker in reply to dkranawetter2121, 01-08-2019 17:34:06  
Phone number 618 664 3732



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LCB

01-10-2019 15:40:31




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 Re: Farmall m stroker in reply to dkranawetter2121, 01-08-2019 17:34:06  
I have M with that stoker kit in it ready to get on and go pull. Asking 10500.



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dblair

01-09-2019 14:35:46




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 Re: Farmall m stroker in reply to dkranawetter2121, 01-08-2019 17:34:06  
murphys motor service is going to be the easiest but the M block might not be what you want to start the project with . get a 400 or 450 block and you can knock the sleeves out and put 4.25 pistons in it or bore it to 4.310 easily , add a 6.75 stroke and have 394 cu.in with over 100 hp .



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20MuleTeam

01-09-2019 15:13:05




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 Re: Farmall m stroker in reply to dblair, 01-09-2019 14:35:46  
Yes, but why not 7.25 & hard block 1/2 way up. Had good results with this from the 400/450 block.



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VicS

01-10-2019 04:07:33




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 Re: Farmall m stroker in reply to 20MuleTeam, 01-09-2019 15:13:05  
What stroke do you start getting into the oil gallery? Saw inside one 25 years ago, had copper oil lines going around inside. Must have been bored and sleeved to 4 1/2 or bigger.



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20MuleTeam

01-10-2019 09:18:02




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 Re: Farmall m stroker in reply to VicS, 01-10-2019 04:07:33  
Don't know, not an engine builder, but I did replace the head gasket & found the 2" stroke, no sleeve bare block. Temp is excellent with 1/2 hard block.



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535353M

01-10-2019 10:35:16




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 Re: Farmall m stroker in reply to 20MuleTeam, 01-10-2019 09:18:02  
my buddy does 5.125 x 8 works well,all hard block no head gasket,ready thread and more tricks.



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20MuleTeam

01-10-2019 14:01:59




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 Re: Farmall m stroker in reply to 535353M, 01-10-2019 10:35:16  
Wow, that's 660 cubes. I've heard of off centering the holes to make room, but holey moley!



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535353M

01-12-2019 09:02:23




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 Re: Farmall m stroker in reply to 20MuleTeam, 01-10-2019 14:01:59  
ya,it is a lot of machining and not much cast left,2000 rpms,on that one,but little smaller her runs 2800 and has power !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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