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03-06-2008 15:18:23

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Recently got an i-400. The motor got rain in it so i would have to have it rebuilt or replace the motor. My question is where could i locate parts or an engine? I know with my international i have some cars had my motor in them as well. What other tractors ect have the same motor? Any and all info would be aprreciated. I know you guys know alot about these old tractors. Thanks

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03-08-2008 11:15:33

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 Re: ALLIS-CHALMERS I-400 in reply to kenneth_ih, 03-06-2008 15:18:23  
As stated the D14 is the same engine as the I400, slight differences are the manifold and occasionally the head may be slightly different for compression ratio.

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03-07-2008 15:53:53

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 Re: ALLIS-CHALMERS I-400 in reply to kenneth_ih, 03-06-2008 15:18:23  
I-400 is the industrial version of the D-10/12, Series III. The motor should interchange with D-10, D12, D-14 will need the manifold changed to a D-10/12 manifold (D-14's manifold puts the exhaust pipe about an inch further to the left of where the D-10/12 manifold locates it) The series III version of this motor should be 149 cubes. Check to see if there is a motor serial #, it is located on the block, about an inch forward of the tractor serial #, on the left side of the torque tube, where it meets the motor. If you can't read it, remember I400 should have oval muffler, I40 will have round.

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03-07-2008 13:17:51

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 Re: ALLIS-CHALMERS I-400 in reply to kenneth_ih, 03-06-2008 15:18:23  
KISS formula....just because an engine got rain in it does not mean it needs a rebuild, much less a replacement. Is it stuck? Get it loose first- may or may not need rings. Might need to be disassembled and cleaned, cylinders honed, cross-hatched, and new rings. Measure the cylinders for wear and egg-shape before deciding on a major overhaul. I-400 should have the G-149 engine, same as a D-10/12. Built 1966-68, SN 1003-1750.

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03-07-2008 14:56:45

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 Re: ALLIS-CHALMERS I-400 in reply to JMS/.MN, 03-07-2008 13:17:51  
It got rain in it a couple years ago sat with rain in the cylinders all that time.

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03-06-2008 18:48:35

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 Re: ALLIS-CHALMERS I-400 in reply to kenneth_ih, 03-06-2008 15:18:23  

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03-06-2008 18:32:43

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 Re: ALLIS-CHALMERS I-400 in reply to kenneth_ih, 03-06-2008 15:18:23  
I believe the I-400 has the same engine as an Allis Chalmers D-14 or D-15. You should be able to get parts at any good AGCO dealership.

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