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International t-6 piston swap.


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Default International t-6 piston swap.

I have a 1940 IH t-6, it is the Kerosene/distillate burning version with low compression. I have found a set of high altitude pistons and sleeves but for the gasoline version(higher compression). I live in Denver so I believe these will help. But will I hurt anything putting them in my engine?
As far as I can tell the only difference between the Kerosene and gas tractors is the exhaust manifold.
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Default Re: International t-6 piston swap.

They will work just fine, they are made for mountain locations. People in the low lands use them to get a little more power out of the old machines.
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