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eremoao is not online. Last active: 12/16/2014 9:02:31 PM eremoao
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Case 1835C engine
Posted: 03/13/2011 02:57 PM
Has a TM20 right now, blew the fuel pump right out the side of the block. Cam broke, don't know what else is wrong with it. Looking for info on any other engines that will bolt right in with minimal changes. I have seen some where, maybe a 2.5L GM or Ford. Any thoughts or has someone else repowered a Case with another engine?
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Re: Case 1835C engine
Posted: 03/23/2011 03:49 PM
Havent done a repower on that machine but I know the gas motors dont survive as well as diesel and are a bear to rig a governor for constant speed service. Kubota diesels are plentiful as take outs from reefer units and can be picked up for less than $2000 certified. Uncertified units can be had for $500-$1000. I would be looking for a v2203 Kubuta to replace the original if the unit is still in good condition. The 2203 comes in an indirect injection and a direct injection model. The direct injection models will bring $100-$200 more. I dont have a preferrence as to the type. If you get a good Kubota it should wear the machine out.

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Re: Case 1835C engine
Posted: 06/25/2011 07:05 PM
I'm doing a TMD20 diesel 3 cylinder to TM27 gas 4 cyl. The engine was from a forklift so the governor is still there but it may need some changes. The gov might be a RPM limiter rather than a constant speed control. . . . . . In any event, the 3 and 4 cyl Continentals are built on the same platform so changes wont be too bad. If you go to another brand of engine, expect major changes / fab work because nothing will bolt up. Although on the difficulty scale, it is towards the lower side.
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Re: Case 1835C engine
Posted: 09/01/2011 01:27 PM
Hi, just wonder how the repower worked out. I have a 1835c gas that blew a hole through the block and was wondering which path to take in regards to repowering it. Thanks
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Re: Case 1835C engine
Posted: 09/05/2011 02:29 PM
I've got the motor sitting in the machine and mostly hooked up but other projects are getting done at the moment. Based on the motor mount swap, I'd say these machines were designed to take a 3 or a 4. Here is the quick run down to install a 4 where a 3 came out. Move the rear motor mounts left to right. There are two sets of holes in the block, use the ones that give you the same mount spacing as the 3.__________________________________________________________________ The replacement engine needs to have a timing cover that has a pump mount, ( my replacement did ) if not reuse your cover. Also swap the crank pulley, mine had metric threads and the 1835 had inch.________________________________________________________________ Use a smaller diameter oil filter to clear the rubber motor mount cushion. ( small filter from a mid 90's Dodge Spirit with a 2.5 engine ) Install the oil cooler too.__________________________________________________________________ Water pump may need to be changed due to fan height / pulley diameter. I'm not sure of fan distance, mine was missing the factory rad and I'm reusing the forklift rad._________________________________________________________________ Re use your throttle linkage to the governor, forklifts have a max speed gov where the skid has constant speed gov.__________________________________________________________________ If the exhaust manifold does not exit up you will need to make some pipes/muffler mount.________________________________________________________________ Use your original dip stick tube, plug the forklift one.__________________________________________________________________ Forklifts are a good source for a TM27 . Mine came out of a HALLA brand ( Korea ) Clark is another source. Were you selling your machine on Cragslist? I came across one that had the same block problem.
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