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Allis 6-12 question

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Matt L

01-12-2008 08:15:17

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Im helping a friend for this one.

Where would a person go to get pistons for a AC 6-12 with the le roi 2c in it?

I hear that air compressor parts will work? Not sure thought - Ive never heard of a AC 6-12.



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Phil Johnson

01-13-2008 19:04:37

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 Re: Allis 6-12 question in reply to Matt L, 01-12-2008 08:15:17  
Matt: The Allis 6-12 was a two wheeled puller type tractor similar to the Moline Universal that was built between 1919 and 1923. It had a LeRoi 4 cylinder engine with 3 1/8" bore and 4 1/2" stroke that produced about 12Hp. You may have a search on your hands for pistons. Try Norm Meinert in Davis Ill. 815 865-5372

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cadet trooper

01-12-2008 17:22:40

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 Re: Allis 6-12 question in reply to Matt L, 01-12-2008 08:15:17  
Oops! JMS just answered the WC, WD quetion a few posts ahead of your post. The WC had a 201 also. So it too had a 4" piston.

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cadet trooper

01-12-2008 17:18:12

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 Re: Allis 6-12 question in reply to Matt L, 01-12-2008 08:15:17  
I'm going to do this again as quietly as I can. When we started our dealership in 1978 we hired a retired 50year AC parts man who is now deceased work part time behind the counter and one day an elderly gentleman stopped in who knew our parts guy and brought his Leroi compressor with him and had our parts man come out and look at it and said it was a Blank ( I can't remember whether he said a WD or WD45 engine Sorry) but the good news is both have 4" pistons I'm guessing the crankshaft tells the tail because the 45 has 4-1/2" stroke. After the guy left I said I never knew AC made the engines for Leroi's compressors and he said and I quote " They didn't, Leroi made the engines for AC" unquote as the Good Lord is my witness. I'm only theorizing that since the WD was a 201 and I don't know about the WC the switch was the 226 in the 45 that the Leroi was the WD or WC engine because the compressor looked like it had some age on it. My suggestion would be to take a picture of the block from both sides and maybe guys like Old will recognize it and if it is a 4" or whatever the WC piston was chances are you can get parts from AC. Good Luck CT

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