Posted by ROADMAN on November 14, 2012 at 07:37:18 from (188.8.131.52):
I have a 1957 850 that I think I have cracked the head or block when a piston came loose from the rod. I haven't had time to pull the engine and carry it to a machine shop for testing. However, I have found what the owner says is a 1956 800 for $1600.00. It starts and runs great and all the sheet metal is straight. Its a decent looking tractor for a worker. I am thinking about buying this tractor and installing the engine in my 850 and using the remainder for parts. The reason I don't just use the 850 for parts is because it has all the brackets for my loader. I cannot read serial no. on the 800, however the engine casting no. is EAF 6016R as best I can tell. From this no. can you tell if its a 172 CI engine that will fit in my 850. Also, the transmission on the 800 is a 5 speed that shifts forward and back. My 850 has a 5 speed that shifts up and down and right to left. Thats another reason I like the 850 for use with the loader. Third to Reverse is quick and easy. Is there any problem with bolting the 800 engine to my 850?
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