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ehertzfeld

New option for engine replacement

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ehertzfeld
Check this out! Don't know how well there made but the price is very tempting!!!!! http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-10-HP-10HP-DIESEL-COMMERICAL-ENGINE-EPA-CERTIFIED_W0QQitemZ270030244527QQihZ017QQcategoryZ79670QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem Elon

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rjgoth
I wonder if an engine like this could be fit into say a Landlord or B10 series tractor? I imagine one would have to make some modifications to the flywheel end to accept the drive shaft hookup. One would have to check to see if it will physically fit. Would the crank shaft come out in the correct location to fit through the grill opening? The ad mentioned that it produced 10HP and 9.0N/M of torque which converts to ~6.2Ft/Lb. of torque. How do these numbers compare to that of a B&S 10 HP engine? Other than that it would be a nice engine conversion.

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