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Re: Allis C diesel engine swap

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08-26-2012 06:36:37

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Yes I would like to take it on, i have all the work shop support i would need but would like to have some direction from some one who has done a similar project, so i guess i will shelve this idea, at least for the momment

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 Re: Allis C diesel engine swap in reply to Drak, 08-26-2012 06:36:37  
I have not done this specific job, but here are some details. --FIrst, the turque tube bell housing has to match the motor rear face. If not, you have to have a plate machined with two sets of holes so each unit will bolt to the plate.
--second, the shafts from the motor and transmission (clutch) have to be in alignment, so the plate needs to be manufactured on a mill or lathe, or similare to hold close tolerances.
---next, you have to decide what clutch your going to use ? You would need the flywheel and starter off the diesel, and what clutch? If you use the diesel clutch, will it fit inside the bell housing ? What about the transmission input shaft, how does it pilot into the end of the crank shaft ? Pilot bushing size ? Is the shaft too short with the adaptor plate installed ? Does the original throw out bearing in the bell housing line up with the new clutch fingers ? This takes several days of layout, planning and machinine to make it work.

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