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Posted by hay on January 13, 2002 at 13:25:45 from (66.90.180.235):

just wondering if anyone has ever done any after market modifications (tweaking) on compact japanese tractors in the 18-30 hp range. i am refering to engine overboring or porting and polishing and other modifications for more power. also how about the hydraulic system? any thing that can be done there to increase lift capacity on the 3 pt. hitch? any information is greatly appreciated. do the original manufacturers even make oversize kits for the engine or how about aftermarket manufacturers? just curious as i have a chance to buy a japanese compact, but it is in rough shape and was toying with the idea of "tweaking it out" just for the sake of playing with it.

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