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realy bad noise in rear end of allis chalmers c

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bubbas allis

03-03-2008 18:25:57




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i have a late 40;s allis chalmers c, and it is howling in the rear worse in third gear not bad in second. i changed all the oil in the rear and every thing the final drives were leaking so i fixed them when its cold i dont howl to bad.also the back tires are two diffrent sizes thanks alot




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Patrick Martin

03-06-2008 21:38:23




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 Re: realy bad noise in rear end of allis chalmers c in reply to DiyDave, 03-03-2008 18:25:57  

old said: (quoted from post at 19:37:55 03/03/08) Yep could be a big part of the problem. The 12.4 is about 2 inches bigger so you work the rear end real hard because of that. If you did that to a car you could well take out the rear end fast because of the higher speeds.


Heck, he may have taken it out already. Old affects from condensation in the rear will kill it quick. Just enough pitting and stress on the parts and bam, you've got chunks in the chunk! LOL! :lol:

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old

03-03-2008 18:28:27




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 Re: realy bad noise in rear end of allis chalmers c in reply to bubbas allis, 03-03-2008 18:25:57  
Different size rear tires is hard on the rear end and could well be part of the problem



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bubbas allis

03-03-2008 18:31:04




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 Re: realy bad noise in rear end of allis chalmers c in reply to old, 03-03-2008 18:28:27  
thanks alot one of the tries is a 12 4 24 and one is a 11 2 24



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03-03-2008 18:37:55




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 Re: realy bad noise in rear end of allis chalmers c in reply to bubbas allis, 03-03-2008 18:31:04  
Yep could be a big part of the problem. The 12.4 is about 2 inches bigger so you work the rear end real hard because of that. If you did that to a car you could well take out the rear end fast because of the higher speeds.



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