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Richard L

05-17-2013 18:40:37

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I haven't done it myself but was at an auction where someone had taken a slightly larger piece of steel and laid it over the hole and then welded it in place and the owner guaranteed that had been run that way for at least 150 hours including plowing and everything needing done on the farm. The engine sounded like there was nothing wrong.

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05-17-2013 18:58:23

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 Re: Loader in reply to Richard L, 05-17-2013 18:40:37  
Well i guess the first order of business is to pull the dist. and see if the rod is poking thru. This 1 would do well as a loader since its a single.

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Tony in Mass.

05-17-2013 18:57:17

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 Re: Loader in reply to Richard L, 05-17-2013 18:40:37  
The first time I saw an Allis WC, with the huge plate screwed to the side of the block, and asked the owner about the 'damage'...and he told me they were all built that way. So, when you think about it.... all the side of the block does it keep the oil from pouring out? A bit of tension and torque on most tractors, but if it's just a hole... cover the hole.... works for me!
My concern would be the thrashing the crank and bearing seats in the lower block when all that slamming was going on... calls for a close inspection down there. 'Before' you buy that gallon can of JB weld...

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