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Old 02-12-2009, 04:14 PM
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4 inline in a rock crusher

guys my girls dad has a stone crusher to make gravel and i was wandering how good would it work on a car he also has another in line 4 in a generator and i wana put it wit a 1951 truck
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How well the rock crusher would handle a car, or how the engine would do in a car?
What are the engines?
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4 in line

sorry I meant how would the engine would do in a car,i know it won't have a lot of power but it would be cool if I used the engine on the truck...idk wat the year is the engine but I know tat its an ford inline 4 the one in the generator is a je*p four in line...ill take pics today and post them
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Depending on how new it is, it could very well be the Ford 2.3 industrial engine, which is very little different from an automotive 2.3
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its a industrial engine the type is if5-3001 and the serial is A-5926-1300[IMG]file:///Volumes/NO%20NAME/DCIM/100SANPH/SANY1232.JPG[/IMG]Click the image to open in full size.Click the image to open in full size. and it has an other number its EAE-6015-H any ideas i looked up and nothing came up
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its a industrial engine the type is if5-3001 and the serial is A-5926-1300[IMG]file:///Volumes/NO%20NAME/DCIM/100SANPH/SANY1232.JPG[/IMG] and it has an other number its EAE-6015-H any ideas i looked up and nothing came up
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Depending on how new it is, it could very well be the Ford 2.3 industrial engine, which is very little different from an automotive 2.3
Could also be a 1.3L Kent, or a 1.6L Kent, they've been used in small industrial applications
for about 40 years. Last one I played with was a 1.3L in a Tennant sweeper/scrubber. Great
little engines, designed in the mid '50s, and was the basis for the original Lotus twin cam...

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do you know where i can get some info about it
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I may have a pdf of the 1.3/1.6L engines, but it'll take a while, many CDs to go through...

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