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    Well I found out the 800 series tractor ain't a 800 series, it's just the trans that is. From what I found out its an 621-62, the torque converter and the 4 speed trans, plus the front half has olive drab paint, so I think it used to look like this
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    Does the 134 engines have sleeves

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    it depends.

    look at your oil filter... you have 3 options on oil filter.

    1, canister style that takes a replaceable element

    2, a conversion plate and nut/oring, you remove the canister and install the conversion plateand oring, this lets you use a spin on oil filter.

    3, the block is virgin prepaired for spin on oil filter with no conversion plate.

    from what I know, if the block is prepped for a spin on using no conversion plate.. that indicates no sleeves. this would likely be a later machine.. ie.. early 60's.. so it all depends on when your block was built.. and what it came off of.

    if an eraly block.. bet on sleeves.

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    Thanks SG, the engine on the 640 has a canister and the one on the other tractor is a spin on also that engine has a block off plate where the fuel pump would go,

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    that block off plate one may have been an industrial application unit.

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    I was wondering if it could have been a factory crate engine, I know when Chevy I think in the early 90's engines had the fuel pump boss cast in the blocks and if you ordered a crate engine it came with a block off plate

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    replacement engine, industrial, etc.. etc..

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