Waukesha woes (283 Crank)


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Waukesha woes (283 Crank)

Colin Curle a.ka. Ivan Klishov I have a Cockshutt 1650 Diesel with a Waukesha DLA 283 engine that I am hoping to rebuild. My Dad got a new crankshaft for a VRD 283 engine. According to the guy he bought it off, it has the same journal size as the orginal crank, but there are no dowel pins on it to fit the flywheel and the original crank pulley won't fit i either as the new crank is much wider on the front end. The orginal crank has the casting number of 221211c, but the new one has the casting number of 221211e. If anyone has dealt with this sort of problem, please inform me of your solution, my Cockshutt and I will appreciate it.
Wayne I don't know all about it, but just overhauled a 1650 oliver diesel. it has the late model direct injection, which is different from the earlier fuel power cell style injectors. Well, I guess there are a number of differences and would not be surprised of a change in the cranks.

I am trying to sell my tractor. I spent a lot of money overhauling this motor, and would consider selling the entire tractor as is for $4000. It might be cheaper for you to buy this and install in your cockshutt.

I bought my crank in western canada out of a cockshutt, turned 20-20. They say that is about as much as you can go, but i then found rod and main bearings for up to 40 over, so guess most cranks can be turned.

I wish you luck!

WR



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