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Re: Problems with Allis Chalmers Model B

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08-09-2013 18:30:32

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To expand on what Old said, you could heat the RG, and move it, about 2-3 inches, with a punch, and have the flat spots moved a little, but for all that effort, a new ring gear doesn't cost all that much!

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08-11-2013 11:01:20

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 Re: Problems with Allis Chalmers Model B in reply to Diydave, 08-09-2013 18:30:32  
Thanks for all the good information.

To follow up, I didn't realize that you had to have the PTO engaged for the hydraulics to work. Before I tried it again I drained the fluid and refilled it with new. When I tried the lift it worked, but how do you get it down again? I hung a weight on it thinking maybe it would pull down, but it didn't budge. Something else I'm doing wrong? Maybe I need a heavier weight, I just used a tire and rim.

Thanks for any help you can give.

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08-11-2013 13:33:05

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 Re: Problems with Allis Chalmers Model B in reply to JerryW, 08-11-2013 11:01:20  
most wont float down by itself, but if you stand on the 3 point arm, or have a blade on it for weight, it should drop. If not, you have something stuck on the valve. Look at the side of the valve and notice a wobble plate that moves about 90 degrees when you pull the lever to raise. Push it to drop and have someone watch, it sould go further the opposite direction. There may be a spring broke or plates stuck at this position..

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