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Allis Chalmers XT 190 diesel

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A.C. kid

04-02-2008 06:59:30

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Hey, I overhauled my Allis chalmers, is their any thing i need to do before initial start up? How long should it take for this to build oil pressure? Just making sure nothing goes wrong.. thanks..

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04-02-2008 14:12:41

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 Re: Allis Chalmers XT 190 diesel in reply to A.C. kid, 04-02-2008 06:59:30  
Did you fill the oil filter with oil until it won't take any more, this will cut crank time? Disconnect feed line to turbo and pump full, same with any other external lines, reconnect and crank away. If you used an assembly lube or STP/oil mix you should be able to roll her enough to build pressure real quick. Lots of time they set for days without running and don't hurt themselves starting.

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04-02-2008 07:12:32

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 Re: Allis Chalmers XT 190 diesel in reply to A.C. kid, 04-02-2008 06:59:30  
If you used a lot of oil when assembling (the rings, bearings, camshaft, etc) and as long as the batteries are good, I'd crank it without letting it start untile the oil gauge shows some pressure, then let it start.

Did this one my D17, and it took probably 30 seconds or a little more for pressure to come up.

You could plumb into an oil path and use some kind of pump to make sure there's oil throughout the system too.

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A.C. kid

04-02-2008 07:53:57

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 Re: Allis Chalmers XT 190 diesel in reply to gatz, 04-02-2008 07:12:32  
Should i take my injectors out, so it will crank over easier? I have not bled the system yet so their is no fuel to them. Yea i used ALOT of oil on assembly.

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