Posted by LJD on December 02, 2012 at 06:02:53 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: LJD Question posted by LOU from Wi. on December 01, 2012 at 23:37:29:
I don't have any of it in digital form. Just the original Hercules dealer books. Parts book is "Hercule GO-DD Series, three, four and six cylinder, gasoline and diesel engines, April, 1958." Canton, Ohio - book part # 205021. Covers the 130,149,169,173,198,169,260,298, and 339. Also have the operators manual just for the DD series dies dated June, 1958. Covers the 130,149, 169, 173, 198, 169, 260, 298, and 339. Book # 2M-6-58-7054. Also a newer color one page supplement for the DD-149H and the D-169H, bulletin # D-306C. Dated December, 1959.
The Hercules parts book shows the gas engine available with sleeves or without. Uses the same block as the diesel. Maybe the Oliver book doesn't show that because Oliver only ordered one way? I never had the head off of mine (yet) so I don't know if it's sleeved or not.
Parts book is 44 pages. Sometime when I'm stuck inside I might be able to scan it for you and send in JPGs. Or -if you want to pay - I could drop it off at Office Max sometime and have them copy it. I suspect they'd charge around $20.
In the parts book, Hercules uses a letter code for certain parts depending on what company was using their engines. If an Oliver engine . . the code is "K."
A is Barber Greene B is Clinton C is Cocshutt D is Coles Crane E is Contractors Machinery F is Frazier Wright Co. G is Gardner-Denver Corp H is Gerlinger Carrier Corp I is Frank G. Hough Co. J is Lull Engineering Co. K is Oliver L is D.W. Onan and Sons M is Sociedad Electro Mecanica South America N is Stardrill-Keystone Co. O is Worthington Corp
The gas engine GO130 and the diesel engine DD-130 use the same block and crank. Main bearing are different though.
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