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1941 WC ALICE CHALMERS

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JAMES H. COBLE

08-05-2012 16:48:40
67.142.167.20



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I AM REBUILDING THIS 1941 WC SERIAL #132941 AND I NEED TO KNOW WHAT KIND OF ENGINE IT HAS IN IT. IT HAS 4 CYLINDERS AND IT HAS NO NAME ON THE BLOCK. I NEED TO GET RINGS AND DON'T KNOW HOW.I LIVE IN SARDIS MS AND MY PHONE NUMBER IS 1-662-526-9522 , IF YOU CAN HELP PLEASE CALL OR E-MAIL; ME . . THANKS




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Aaron SEIA

08-07-2012 12:28:04
67.55.181.57



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 Re: 1941 WC ALICE CHALMERS in reply to JAMES H. COBLE, 08-05-2012 16:48:40  
Probably has had WD45 or M&W pistons put in it. Need to pull a piston and see for sure. Guess I'll be the first to say it, but I'd put 4 new sleeves and pistons in if it were me. The pistons in it now could be sloppy loose, the sleeves could be wore and have a large groove at the top. New rings won't fix either of those problems and without taking the groove off the sleeve you could smash your newly installed top ring.

AaronSEIA

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JAMES H. COBLE

08-06-2012 18:22:19
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 Re: 1941 WC ALICE CHALMERS in reply to JAMES H. COBLE, 08-05-2012 16:48:40  
I PULLED THE PISTONS AND THE PISTONS ARE CRATOR SHAPED ON TOP NOT THE FLAT SERFACE , DOES THIS MEAN THAT IT HAS BEEN REBUILT BEFORE AND I NEED TO GET SOMEONE TO MEASURE THE RING THAT IS IN THERE NOW.ALSO THIS IS MY FIRST TIME TO REBUILD A MOTOR AND I AM JUST FEELING MY WAY ALONG . THANKS FOR YOUR RESPONSE.



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Ohiowd45

08-06-2012 09:50:43
99.98.30.226



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 Re: 1941 WC ALICE CHALMERS in reply to JAMES H. COBLE, 08-05-2012 16:48:40  
Does the unstyled WC share the same engine as the styled WC?



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Butch(OH)

08-06-2012 10:21:15
70.62.13.146



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 Re: 1941 WC ALICE CHALMERS in reply to Ohiowd45, 08-06-2012 09:50:43  
Basicaly yes. But improvements started almost imediately and continued until the end of 201 production. The 201 in a late WD is quite a differant animal than a 1934 WC engine in features and performance.



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Jerry Coulter

08-05-2012 18:02:33
50.40.173.244



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 Re: 1941 WC ALICE CHALMERS in reply to JAMES H. COBLE, 08-05-2012 16:48:40  
Like Old says, you better open it up first. Over the years it might have been overhauled with an over-bore 4-1/8" kit which would take different rings. It should have flat top pistons. If you find crater pistons, then it likely would have a WD45 crank installed.



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old

08-05-2012 17:18:27
209.86.226.59



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 Re: 1941 WC ALICE CHALMERS in reply to JAMES H. COBLE, 08-05-2012 16:48:40  
Well being a styled WC it should have the same engine as the WC/WD but and this is the big thing is you have no idea what may or may not have been done to it over the years so a person pretty much need to open it up then order the parts because it could have been modified in the 50 plus years is has run



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JMS/.MN

08-05-2012 17:02:54
209.237.107.155



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 Re: 1941 WC ALICE CHALMERS in reply to JAMES H. COBLE, 08-05-2012 16:48:40  
It"s an AC built 201 cu in engine, 4 inch bore, 4 inch stroke. Rebuild kits available through AGCO, plus many other suppliers, including Yt Mag.



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