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Can anyone give me some info----Motor gone in my 1957 Massey harris 50 tractor. It's a 4 cyl. gas...

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Old 09-30-2004, 06:15 AM
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Can anyone give me some info----Motor gone in my 1957 Massey harris 50 tractor. It's a 4 cyl. gas continental engine--Z134. I can buy a completely rebuilt continental gas f163 teletyne engine out of a welder. Will this fit in my tractor? I know some changes would need to be made. I need to know if I will be able to bolt on the parts from my engine to the f163 to make it fot. Does anyone know ????

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Old 09-30-2004, 09:18 AM
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Those two engines are totally different. Z134 is an overhead valve four cylinder, I believe unique to massey tractors. F series are flathead engines like a 101 JR. or 30 massey would have. I doubt greatly that you could make them interchange.
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Gerald.

Did you use the F163 engine? If not do you still have access to it? I need an F163 Continental engine.

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Can anyone give me some info----Motor gone in my 1957 Massey harris 50 tractor. It's a 4 cyl. gas continental engine--Z134. I can buy a completely rebuilt continental gas f163 teletyne engine out of a welder. Will this fit in my tractor? I know some changes would need to be made. I need to know if I will be able to bolt on the parts from my engine to the f163 to make it fot. Does anyone know ????

gerald
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Did you use the F163? If not do you still have access to it or is it still available? I need an F163 Continental engine.

Thanks.
Rich
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Gerald,


Did you use the F163? If not do you still have access to it or is it still available? I need an F163 Continental engine.

Thanks.
Rich
I have a F163 complete,will sell for $50.00 call me 1-814-437-7242 ask for Dan I'll be home most all the time for two weeks, I had surgery an can't work yet,but need the money. thank you Dan Williams
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It's been a while & I don't have any info right handy, but I think a Z134 is used in the Ferguson 35, MF35, & MF50. May be in the early MF135 gas,too, I think the later ones used a Perkins gas engine. Shouldn't be too hard to find one.
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