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phil 6005

10-08-2005 13:31:41

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I bought a super 101 massey harris that has had a dodge truck engine installed, these are flat heads and look very similar to the original. Is there a listing some where of the engine serial #s and applications,truck, industrial,automotive that i can verify this has been done,thanks in advance.Phil

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10-10-2005 08:54:54

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 Re: super 101 in reply to phil 6005, 10-08-2005 13:31:41  
Other than running a casting number code, there should be a brass tag on the side of the block to tell what engine it is, Should say Chrysler Industrial Engine, then the cubic inch etc etc. The origianl chrysler I belive was a 218, but there is quite a few flatheads in these tractors that work and bolt on to the bellhousing. There is a big block, and a small block flathead chrysler 6,, the big blocks start at 251ci, 265ci, and I think there is one bigger yet, but its not the same size block, its even bigger yet. If the front motor mount location looks as if it has been altered, moved forward its likely to have a big block, if not, its the small block, space inbetween the radiator and the fan blade mite give it away too. I was thinking only the industrial engines used had the tag onthe block,,, autos had casted block numbers for ID. You might look at the head too, if it says "Spitfire" casted into the head, thats a pretty good engine! Chad

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10-11-2005 05:51:25

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 Re: super 101 in reply to ChadS, 10-10-2005 08:54:54  
simple way to tell big from little is to measure head 265 tr. is 25 inches long little ones are shorter

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phillip mcclain

10-11-2005 16:34:07

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 Re: super 101 in reply to piston, 10-11-2005 05:51:25  
Thanks Piston.

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phillip mcclain

10-10-2005 16:49:47

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 Re: super 101 in reply to ChadS, 10-10-2005 08:54:54  
Chad, Thanks.

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