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Wisconsin TF Piston Numbers

Farmall1212

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Anyone familiar with Wisconsin part numbers? Looking for Wisconsin TF standard size pistons, part number from my book is DB-210. All I am finding online is DB-210-1, -2,-3. Ar ether the same just updated? I get the SP10,20,30 are oversize, I need standard as I got a new cylinder block assembly. Also same thing with the piston rings, looking for DR 20. Any help with numbers is appreciated or any cross reference guide. Thanks
 

gdstew

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Re: Wisconsin TF piston numbers

I don't have my Wisconsin books anymore but I can tell you they made 3 ring and 4 ring, short skirt and long. Any "set" will work. I use to stock the long 4 ring sets.
 

Farmall1212

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Re: Wisconsin TF piston numbers

Thanks for the reply. Would you have any idea how to tell if I have long or short Pistons? The ones that were in it were 4 ring and I think I would prefer them. Was thinking of turning the oversized ones I have down to original size but they seem pretty thin on the bottom already.
 

I like oldstuff

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11/09/2015
You might want to mic the pistons. They could be cam ground therefore very difficult to reduce to a smaller diameter. In that case I'd bore the cylinders to suit.
 

Zira

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DB-210, which replaced DB-190. PM me if you want a copy of the manual. Big file.
 
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