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Pony motor for sale

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1 week 3 days ago #227346 by Rodten
Pony motor for sale was created by Rodten
Pony motor out of D4, I think. For sale. Grandfather switched to electric starter many moons ago and pony set. You get what you see, no guarantee. Parts or restore for $700 obo. Located in Carlinville, il.Pony motor out of D4, I think. For sale. Grandfather switched to electric starter many moons ago and pony set. You get what you see, no guarantee. Parts or restore for $700 obo. Located in Carlinville, il. 
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1 week 2 days ago #227383 by nomorejohndeere
Replied by nomorejohndeere on topic Pony motor for sale
yikes

D47U
AC HD3
nomore JD1010
nomore IH T340

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1 week 2 days ago #227386 by d2gary
Replied by d2gary on topic Pony motor for sale
Pretty sure thats not out of a d4

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1 week 2 days ago #227387 by edb
Replied by edb on topic Pony motor for sale
Hi Team,
that is a later style pony possibly from a later D7E, D8H or D9H by the number of bolts retaining the sump pan.
Viewing some casting numbers of the elbows etc. may help tie it down a bit closer.
The two bolt exhaust mount to the main engine block is similar to that shown in the only late D8H Parts Book I have for the British 68A629-up machines sold here in Australia.
I stand to be corrected.
Or else the D4 has had a significant heart transplant---LOL.
Cheers,
Eddie B.
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1 week 2 days ago #227389 by Rodten
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Thanks all, I wasn't sure what it was from. We uncovered it in dad's open air shed. Wasn't sure what or where he got it from.
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5 days 17 hours ago #227499 by Rodten
Replied by Rodten on topic Pony motor for sale
Would this be off a 977K? Grandpa had one of those he converted to electric.

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