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Re: ring gear on Allis B

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Dick L

03-27-2013 16:09:28
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You need to return it and get one that is correct. You have to have the correct diameter and tooth count to work with your starter drive gear.




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Roger H MI

03-28-2013 07:15:10
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 Re: ring gear on Allis B in reply to Dick L, 03-27-2013 16:09:28  
The one I bought was suppose to be the correct one. This ring gear went on snug. But I did not have to heat. the old ring gear to remove and did not have to heat this one to put on. It was put into a press and equal pressure on surface of ring gear. I have thought of pulling it back off and use a prick punch on the fly wheel, or weld as I have stated earlier If I weld would a 7018 rod be best or a 6010 rod. And what are your thoughts on heat. I would hate to end up with a warped fly wheel and breaking the crank shaft.

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Dick L

03-28-2013 09:13:39
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 Re: ring gear on Allis B in reply to Roger H MI, 03-28-2013 07:15:10  
Do a tooth count and lay the old one over the new and make sure they are the same. a coupla small spots of any welding rod will cause it to stay in place. (Something is out of spec.) If it is not the ring gear then it would be the flywheel. I would be measuring both with calipers to see what was going on.



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old

03-28-2013 09:09:55
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 Re: ring gear on Allis B in reply to Roger H MI, 03-28-2013 07:15:10  
Not having to heat it to me says it was the wrong one even if they said it was right. My have been miss market as to what it fit



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Roger H MI

03-28-2013 10:12:19
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 Re: ring gear on Allis B in reply to old, 03-28-2013 09:09:55  
Well I will let you know if the weld holds. I used a 7018 rod and put two 1 inch welds opposite of each other on fly wheel. I did take a tooth count and a side by side measurement before installation. It works for now but I will let you know after 1000 starts. But I kind of believe it might be the flywheel. I have replaced a-lot of ring gears but only on Minneapolis Moline and they always took heat to remove and put on.

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CTucker

03-29-2013 14:21:24
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 Re: ring gear on Allis B in reply to Roger H MI, 03-28-2013 10:12:19  
Weld probably won"t hurt a thing till the out of balance condition tears up the rear main and the seal lets go :(



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Dick L

03-28-2013 13:38:53
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 Re: ring gear on Allis B in reply to Roger H MI, 03-28-2013 10:12:19  
I wasn't thinking an inch of weld. If they are not exactly opposite and the same amount it could cause it to vibrate. Flywheels are balanced at the factory when manufactured.



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