Anyone know how to identify the different 4 cylinder new holland / Ford diesel engines?
I have a wood chipper with a Ford 4 cylinder diesel engine. There isn't a tag that lists its model or any other information. Any one know how to tell which engine it is? Appears there are 4 x 4 cylinder diesel's it could be.
4.2 Bore X 4.2 Stroke
4.2 Bore X 4.4 Stroke
4.4 Bore X 4.2 Stroke
4.4 Bore x 4.4 Stroke
Also any one know of a good supplier for parts? This chipper needs a head gasket..
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From 1958-1964 Ford tractors were available with a 172 cu in 4 cylinder diesel that was derived from the 172 cu in gasoline engine. A RoosaMaster (now Stanadyne) rotary pump was installed in the hole for the distributor. The engines were continued in use for industrial applications after they were discontinued from tractor production (replaced by a 3 cylinder). Displacement was increased to 192 cu in at some point. IIRC the engine stayed in production into the 1970's. If you can post a photo of the right hand side of the engine I can tell you if that's what engine it is. There will also be a casting number on the right side of the block. Originally it was 310609, then B9NN6015?, then C0NN6015? and who knows what else followed that.
Post a pic. Most auto parts around here can get gaskets. Any farm equipment repair place will be able to get parts.
I think with the bores listed in the OP , this will be a later model engine than the above post is talking about,,,, pics will help alot.
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