Posted by NeedMoreRedPower on January 30, 2013 at 17:12:27 from (184.108.40.206):
Thinking about building a really big cubic inch "M" farmall. I have seen and heard all about the 4.375"X7" making about 120 horses. But need more, Just how big can you actually build, is 650+ cubes possible or just a dream. I dont see have you could swing anything bigger then 7'5" and not hit the oil gallery. And when you bore out past the original cast bore it looks like your going to lose all the strength out of the deck and would smash the deck when you tighted the head down. Can you actually weld in a a 4.75 sleeve out of a JD and hard block and get it work? Just possibly dreaming, but is it possible and still work. Thanks
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