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finfever1
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Posted on Saturday, November 06, 2004 - 02:08 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post    Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

that has only been used in fresh water does anyone know where i can find a place that might have one of these.............thanks JOHN
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My e-mail address is finfever1@yahoo.com JOHN
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I have a gray marine model 620 I have been told that these blocks were probably made for old forklifts also. I beleive that it is an old continetal block [sp] but i am unable to get a number off if it [badly rusted} the head number is f400a e205 55 can anyone help me out here. I am trying to find a good block either marine or old fork lift and convert it thanks JOHN
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larry_from_maryland
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Thats a 4 cylinder F series engine.They made them in 124,142and162 ci.I think the correct ci. is in one of the other posts or andrew has it.Catipillar now owns the company.They are some of the most common engines around used in tractors welders forklifts,sprayers etc.I have one with only 25 hours on it,but i am saveing it for one of my projects.
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finfever1
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OK here is the next queston that i have, I hear that the f series have the distributor coming out of the head, mine is coming out of the bell housing with the paragon attached to it. Can i used these f series block and rebluid this engine ............. any help appreciated JOHN
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larry_from_maryland
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You might have to switch alot of parts or it might not work at all.I have never seen one like yours in person.I do know that the generator/welder engines do NOT have the flywheel or crank drilled out for the pilot bearing needed for clutches.
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tHANKS lARRY FOR YOUR HELP. i CAN SEE THAT A LOT MORE RESEARCH MIGHT BE NEEDED BEFORE I JUST RUN OUT AND BUY AN OLD F SERIES BLOCK AND REBUILD IT.bUT IS IT POSSIBLE THAT MY CRANK AND COMPONANTS WOULD FIT INTO THE BLOCK THAT. tHINKING THAT I HAVE THE RIGHT CRANK, ONLY GOT TO KNOW IF THE BEARING ARE GOING TO LINE UP PROPERLY.................................john
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Larry the guy looking for bearing with a slight rod knock, that you repsonded to in the form has the same engine and distributor location as mine. " wished mine looked that good"
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this is the same one
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finfever1
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correction the distributor is coming out of the timing gear housing and not the bell house. Sorry about the misrepresentation...........JOHN
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