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You need more than just the basic engine. The fuel tank, throttle linkage, radiator, probably air cleaner. And if you’re thinking about getting the engine from an 84 series utility, you might need more yet.

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1 hour ago, Super A_sepa said:

Probably need the starter too and would be easiest to get an engine from a tractor with the same trans because you'll need the right flywheel as well. 

All hard to find parts, because they didn't make many of them, and most of those are still out in the wild.

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its going to take a lot of parts from the radiator to flywheel along with the throttle linkage and wireing harnes to do it correctly. engine mounts starter everthing needs to change.

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14 hours ago, Michigan No Till said:

Lot of cash for a 45hp, tractor!

Oh I have no connection to the tractor.

Like my 756 Nuess power, with the M&W windmill.

45hp is a good size for our area. But it was more of a just thinking if it could be done easy.

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13 hours ago, R190 said:

its going to take a lot of parts from the radiator to flywheel along with the throttle linkage and wireing harnes to do it correctly. engine mounts starter everthing needs to change.

544 Utility has frame rails same as the Farmall. Uses the same bell housing, ta housing, differential housing. The difference is in the diameter of the rear tires and the position of the operator's platform. Should be a bolt-in.

IF you've got the Utility for parts you can reuse most of those parts, perhaps with a little modification.

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