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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: any allis HD series crawler owners out there?

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tlock0331

04-10-2013 07:37:47
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Thanks for the replies. Yes, i mistyped, it is an HD5, I should have taken a pic of this assembly before i posted this. The way the clutch seems to be sitting in there, it looks like just both sides are flat machined surfaces. Are the flange cuts in the center of the assembly? That would appear to be the only place it could be since i can see the machined surface on that outer ring area.

Just so i am following along then, the assemblies on either side of the clutch housing should move slightly away from the clutch? Sorry for making this sound so elementary, i just would have thought the service manual would have included a little blurb about something like that, unless under normal circumstances they would tend to slide apart much easier haha

this little beast is awesome and i am glad i picked it up though, dozers and crawlers arent my norm, but there really isnt much to one of these, lots of fun.

Thanks again for the replies.

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Jeff Eckert

04-10-2013 09:17:54
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 Re: any allis HD series crawler owners out there? in reply to tlock0331, 04-10-2013 07:37:47  
Don"t know we"re I went wrong ??? I"m completing restoration of my 1936 cletrac ag6 , had a bad track chain but with help of aircraft cable I drove it into garage for wi yet project ! Spring is here an project is near complete , replaced track although extremly tight , ajustment very nessesary .... Upon driving inno garage the machine ran without flaw no prob detected at all ! Now I replaced points , condenser , plugs ,wires, cap an rotor , checked resistance of new taylored made wires an all is good , gaped plugs at .25 , cleaned carb 2x over trying to figure if I missed something an I have no ajustment in high speed jet at all now ??? Motor pops an farts , governor seems to want to labor motor ??? I never touched the timing but was perfect before ...... I"m getting to the edge of insane with this matter ! Motor seemed to clean up after carb clean an fuel screens , perhaps starving fuel ??? On gaping plugs noticed cyl # 2,5 seem to be lean ( plugs white) others look rich ??

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ben there

04-10-2013 17:22:34
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 Re: any allis HD series crawler owners out there? in reply to Jeff Eckert, 04-10-2013 09:17:54  
Are you positive you got plug wires back on same way?Sounds like out of order to me.



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Jeff Eckert

04-10-2013 20:30:34
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 Re: any allis HD series crawler owners out there? in reply to ben there, 04-10-2013 17:22:34  
Not positive on cap but I know firing order on block , I don't believe it would not run at all if I was off on cap???? Research reading manual makes me wonder if it could be fuel issue ??



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Jeff Eckert

04-10-2013 13:48:26
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 Re: any allis HD series crawler owners out there? in reply to Jeff Eckert, 04-10-2013 09:17:54  
I will have to look at the series # ? Although I do know it has a 226 continential 6 cyl , with a tillotson carb



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Jeff Eckert

04-10-2013 20:35:24
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 Re: any allis HD series crawler owners out there? in reply to Jeff Eckert, 04-10-2013 13:48:26  
I will look at the numbers when I get home , I'm curious now I always thought it to be a 36' ??



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george md

04-10-2013 20:19:25
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 Re: any allis HD series crawler owners out there? in reply to Jeff Eckert, 04-10-2013 13:48:26  
Jeff,

With a continental it is an AG-6 ,it's the only model that cletrac used a cont'l in, all others had hercules except the early AD and it had a Buda diesel.

george



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george md

04-10-2013 12:48:33
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 Re: any allis HD series crawler owners out there? in reply to Jeff Eckert, 04-10-2013 09:17:54  
Jeff,

Year and model don't add up, AG-6 first production was during WWii ,AG with 4 cyl herc is older. I have an early production AG-6 (war production) ser# 3XO 370 .

george



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