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D-17_Dave

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maxtorman1234
Dave, I hate to have to tell you this again, But You should Box it up and send to Graham Hubert. He'll know what to do with it;) I actually think he picked up a ford a little while back it would fit in. :)

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D-17_Dave
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I actually think he picked up a ford a little while back it would fit in. :)
Graham, I understand you would want to put this in a ford. It's no power stroke, but it'll probly have more power than what you've got now.:D

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Originally posted by maxtorman1234
I actually think he picked up a ford a little while back it would fit in. :)
Graham, I understand you would want to put this in a ford. It's no power stroke, but it'll probly have more power than what you've got now.:D
I think it would work in my engineless Crapsman in the woods.:D

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swede
Out in Hutchinson MN, there is an annual Allis Chalmers show in July at the Larry & Edwin Karg farm. They really draw in the equipment - including lawn and garden. (All AC) Anyway, Larry Karg transplanted a B&S 3 cylinder deisel (Legacy engine) into his 720. I know he had to lenthen the frame by 5-6 inches and some other things. His goal was to make it look like his Allis 220 field tractor. If I can find a picture, I will send it.

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