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Continental engines in AC??

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tyewinters

01-07-2008 17:51:48




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Hi, I don"t know much about AC tractors at all. I was hoping someone could help me out here. Some one told me, wheather it be true or not, that they used to put Continental engines in AC tractors. The reason I am interested is because I have a 1988 big 40 Gas Miller welding machine with a 3 cylinder TM-20 Continental engine. In what models did AC put the Continental engine in? I am looking for a carburator for my welder so this is the reason for my interest. Thank you very much for any help.

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ed in cny

01-10-2008 10:31:59




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 Re: Continental engines in AC?? in reply to tyewinters, 01-07-2008 17:51:48  
Is Allis really out of business? If you do a search on the web you will find that they may have gotten out of nearly everything but the still exist.

http://www.alchenergy.com/



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cadet trooper

01-09-2008 15:38:53




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 Re: Continental engines in AC?? in reply to tyewinters, 01-07-2008 17:51:48  
Are you sure about the year or mfr.? I was told Cont. shutdown thier industrial engine business long before that and continued in avation for a time (Cessna 150-172's)and mid mount mower decks for retros to AC's and IH's. IH also used the Cont. diesel in the 350.



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cadet trooper

01-09-2008 15:28:57




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 Re: Continental engines in AC?? in reply to tyewinters, 01-07-2008 17:51:48  
Massey was almost all Cont. and Perkins. Allis was tied in with Leroi somehow and Buda I'm not going there that conversation gets real dicey.



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dobber

01-07-2008 22:30:21




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 Re: Continental engines in AC?? in reply to tyewinters, 01-07-2008 17:51:48  
Miller's with the TM-20 engine used Zenith carbs 14073 or 14190. The 14190 is still listed new in Zenith price sheets. Contact V E Petersen in Ohio about those 1-800-537-6212



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David Maddux

01-07-2008 19:23:38




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 Re: Continental engines in AC?? in reply to tyewinters, 01-07-2008 17:51:48  
Sorry, I forgot about the G.



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capj

01-07-2008 19:09:59




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 Re: Continental engines in AC?? in reply to tyewinters, 01-07-2008 17:51:48  
Don't forget the Allis "g" rear engine tractor had a Continental N62 (same as MF Pony).



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steve(ill)

01-07-2008 18:54:15




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 Re: Continental engines in AC?? in reply to tyewinters, 01-07-2008 17:51:48  
DAve is right, and Allis went out of business before 1980.



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Brad-MN

01-08-2008 11:20:36




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 Re: Continental engines in AC?? in reply to steve(ill), 01-07-2008 18:54:15  
Allis Chalmers was in business until 1985, at which time the Ag business was sold to Klockner-Humboldt-Deutz, a West German company. Deutz-Allis was then taken over by AGCO (Allis-Gleaner corp.) in 1990.



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Jack a

01-08-2008 03:24:19




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 Re: Continental engines in AC?? in reply to steve(ill), 01-07-2008 18:54:15  
Just a point of correction. Allis got out of the Ag business in 1985. A year after IH was bought out and before Ford sold out.



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old

01-07-2008 18:58:16




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 Re: Continental engines in AC?? in reply to steve(ill), 01-07-2008 18:54:15  
Did Allis really go out of business or did they just get eaten up by another company like MF and White did which of course are now all part of AGCO



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David Maddux

01-07-2008 18:42:45




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 Re: Continental engines in AC?? in reply to tyewinters, 01-07-2008 17:51:48  
The only AC tractor that had a Continental motor was the early U and UC. It had an S-10 Continental that was never used for any other application this was from 1929- 1933. I have seen an ad in Antique Power Magazine where someone is selling obsolete Continental parts, you might check that out.



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