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In Reply to: 8N Serial Number - Help posted by Tom on Saturday, April 05, 2014:
Yes, Bob. I forgot to mention that the engine has a bolted on cover plate for a fuel pump not just an unused casted boss. There is no tap for a temp gauge on the head but it may not be the original head. I read that the engines used in the Jeeps had a different displacement than the tractor engines though and slightly higher horsepower. That would make a rebuild a bit more complicated.
Would love to know what I have here.
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