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    what type of engine do a Muir Hill tractor have in it?

    what type of engine do a Muir Hill tractor have in it? ford????

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    Re: what type of engine do a Muir Hill tractor have in it?

    Mostly Ford industrial, some have Perkins and the big 171 has a Perkins V8

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    Re: what type of engine do a Muir Hill tractor have in it?

    hi jim its go a 6 cylinder in it, was the perkins a 6 as well

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    Re: what type of engine do a Muir Hill tractor have in it?

    They were all 6cyl apart from V8.

    I think it's the 110 that was Perkins.

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    Re: what type of engine do a Muir Hill tractor have in it?

    ok many thanks

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    Re: what type of engine do a Muir Hill tractor have in it?

    I just spoke to a friend of mine hes going to find out what model number it is Friday, he seems to think its a ford 6 cylinder engine in it, his friend is looking for a exhaust manifold for it, any body know of any body who might have one for sale? or where he could get one,

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    Re: what type of engine do a Muir Hill tractor have in it?

    Ebay. One will turn up eventually.

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    Re: what type of engine do a Muir Hill tractor have in it?

    not a lot of good when he needs one asap

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    Re: what type of engine do a Muir Hill tractor have in it?

    Or try Lloyd Loaders(official MH people),or Smallholder Services.Jim is very knowledgeable on all things MH and might know of a manifold. If it's a Ford,it should be a 2715E(380) engine or if Perkins,a 6.354.

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    Re: what type of engine do a Muir Hill tractor have in it?

    thanks agrimax il pass that on cheers

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    Re: what type of engine do a Muir Hill tractor have in it?

    Another vote for Smallholder services. Very helpful bloke indeed and knows his stuff.

    http://www.smallholderservices.co.uk/id12.html

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    Re: what type of engine do a Muir Hill tractor have in it?

    Quote Originally Posted by ford 7840 View Post
    I just spoke to a friend of mine hes going to find out what model number it is Friday, he seems to think its a ford 6 cylinder engine in it, his friend is looking for a exhaust manifold for it, any body know of any body who might have one for sale? or where he could get one,
    If it's the Ford engine then this is what your after. It's got a hell of a price tag though


    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/COUNTY-SUP...item3a7ee24f1a



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    Re: what type of engine do a Muir Hill tractor have in it?

    I'm guessing this is more like what he's after Jim,although this is the Cargo lorry manifold.Maybe you posted the wrong picture?

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    Re: what type of engine do a Muir Hill tractor have in it?

    Quote Originally Posted by JimF View Post
    Another vote for Smallholder services. Very helpful bloke indeed and knows his stuff.

    http://www.smallholderservices.co.uk/id12.html
    Anyone have any knowledge of the restoration they carry out, as in how good a standard is it? Looking to get my cab restored to a fairly high standard

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