SOLD: New SD22 engine

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rustie
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Joined: 8 years ago

#16

Post by rustie »

SF....seems you're had a lot of inquiries on this SD22. Still available?
biodatsun
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Joined: 14 years ago
Location: Edmonton, Alberta

#17

Post by biodatsun »

What are you looking to get for this engine. I have a project that this might work for.
T McLeay

1-1982 Diesel 720
1- 1998 Subaru Forester
1- 2002 Dodge cummins 4x4
soot fart
Posts: 11
Joined: 9 years ago
Location: Puyallup Wa

new sd22

#18

Post by soot fart »

Make me an offer. I'm tired of lookin at it and I've always had a soft spot for Edmonton Oilers and THE GREAT ONE! Those were the days.

The rivalry games with the Flames were classics. Jerry

Go fighting Sioux!
soot fart
Posts: 11
Joined: 9 years ago
Location: Puyallup Wa

new sd22 sold

#19

Post by soot fart »

Sold to a happy fella. Thanks to all and I got a couple nice Isuzu dsl tr ucks and motors in various stages and prices. Jerry
rustie
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#20

Post by rustie »

Thought you guys would like to see the final installation of the SD22 I purchased from Soot Fart this last summer. I made the drive all the way up to Puyallup Washington from Ventura California with a friend of mine in a rented car to pick it up (what a drive!!!)

Upon inspection, the SD22 was a mottled yellow (after all the years of storage), but was indeed brand new, zero time in the old wooden crate. We opened the air cleaner and found only brand new yellow paint with a still white paper air filter element. Then when we drained the oil (so we could lay the engine on it's side), it was still a clear golden colored after nearly 40 years of storage. Cracked the valve cover off and the whole interior was again, totally brand new.

Painted the engine Ford blue, but later found out that Mopar blue was much closer. Oh well....looks good, and runs like a CHAMP (has more power than my other forklift with an SD25!!!) Comments? Here's some pics:


Loaded up in the back of the rental car (on side):
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Nissan (Datsun) QF02 5000lb capacity forklift with empty engine bay:
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Forklift counterweight removed (4000lbs):
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Nissan transmission:
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Old SD22 engine removed:
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Old SD22 vacuum throttle injection unit:
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Old SD22 with needed parts removed:
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SD22...old vs new (with original exh and intake). Note butterfly throttle:
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New SD22 parts removed (flywheel housing, orig new tractor/marine injection pump, intake & exhaust manifolds):
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Old SD22 vacuum throttle injection pump gears removed and installed in new SD22 (timing marks are different):
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NOS Nissan vacuum throttle injection pump (found on ebay):
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New injection pump installed:
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New injection pump installed (close up):
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Original SD22 flywheel housing needed bolt hole repair (brazed and milled):
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Original SD22 flywheel housing (close up):
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New SD22 complete with original (repaired) flywheel housing:
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New SD22 installed (1):
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New SD22 installed (2):
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New SD22 installed (3):
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New SD22 running perfectly in Nissan QF02, 5000lb, Quad Mast (244") with mast only 60% raised:
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