Wanted one of these for a long time: MF combine

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Re: Wanted one of these for a long time: MF combine

Postby Ike » Sun Jan 05, 2014 7:27 pm

Super A wrote:
Bus Driver wrote:One local fellow had a Massey combine with Chrysler industrial engine. Struck out finding engine parts anywhere. So he asked an oldtimer (me) to take a look and advise. Told him to ask for parts for a 1954 Plymouth. And that was correct. 1954 Plymouth had just one engine, no options, so the parts guy could not get confused.


Was it a Chrysler "leaning tower of power? Our first 300 had a Chrysler slant 6. That machine burned up in the field. The one that replaced it had the perkins diesel.

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The one he is talking about would have been the flathead 6.
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Re: Wanted one of these for a long time: MF combine

Postby Bus Driver » Sun Jan 05, 2014 7:34 pm

Right, flathead 6. If you think that the Cub magneto is a problem to time if it is all disassembled, that flathead 6 ignition timing began when installing the oil pump. If the pump was installed correctly, the rest of it was easy. But getting the pump right was not easy. Sorry for getting the thread off track.
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