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Allis Chalmers Discussion Forum

Allis B oil gage

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03-21-2008 18:21:54

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I replaced an oil gage on my B because the one my father had put on it a long time ago always bounced around. The new gage works fine unless I let the tractor idle for several minutes and then it starts to bounce around also. If I shut it down for a while and restart the engine the gage is steady again.

Any solutions? I thought there was a snubber in the gage to prevent the bouncing.


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Ted in NE-OH

03-22-2008 07:38:17

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 Re: Allis B oil gage in reply to Carbonfibers, 03-21-2008 18:21:54  
The factory guage has a very small orfice that smooths out the pulsations.

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03-22-2008 04:18:58

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 Re: Allis B oil gage in reply to Carbonfibers, 03-21-2008 18:21:54  
Pick up pipe loose in block, and sucking a little air?
Restricted oil pick up?
Flakey vane in the oil pump?
Tired spring on the pump ball?
Just guesses, can't think of other reasons. There should be a small metering hole in the end of the gauge that screws into the fitting, to dampen the normal pulsations and surges.

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