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Hate to break it to you but late G's that were gas and not all-fuel has flatheads on them according to an old JD tech I talked too.
With that aside, I HAVE NO PROBLEM WITH PEOPLE SWAPPING PARTS AROUND! Thats what makes tractor pulling fun, taking a stock tractor and swapping enough parts around to make it competitive. In some cases it doesn't take 10k to make a decent running engine if you know what your doing. As far as a D17 crank in a WC, can you tell if it's in there without pulling the pan? (i'm asking because I have no idea, just curious)
Look at the attendance of pure stock pulls and the attendance with some hotter stuff, it's pretty apparent what people want to watch anyway....
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