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1954 Allis Chalmers CA

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Alfred White

08-15-2008 05:35:42




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hope I'am in right spot now. looking for feedback on my Allis Chalmers 1954 CA .It was running fairly well and then just stopped and has not started back up.Have gained some insight and will apply this week end.Thanks




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Al L. in Wisc.

08-15-2008 15:01:48




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 Re: 1954 Allis Chalmers CA in reply to Alfred White, 08-15-2008 05:35:42  
old is correct on the spark. My '55 CA quit last fall and I still haven't put in the time to get it running. I had it running for a ride and was fortunate it quit at the top of the driveway. Rolled it and wouldn't fire. Lots of water in the gas as I had it outside for about a week. Now radiator off to replace hoses and should the wiring. If gas is old, I would suggest draining all and put in some fresh. I ran mine in an ice cream pail and WOW, lots of water. Break(s) in wiring could have caused your problem. Also, my experience with plugs is that you can clean them up and still they are fouled. Repeatedly cranked and pulled my late dad's Ford 600 series and was told to replace plugs even though I had cleaned them. New plugs in and it fired right up, we were amazed. I have put these in several tractors and they really work great.

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old

08-15-2008 09:11:50




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 Re: 1954 Allis Chalmers CA in reply to Alfred White, 08-15-2008 05:35:42  
@ things to check so as to know where and what to look for. #1 check for a good blue/white spark at all the plug wires. If you have a good spark then #2 pull the drain plug from the bottom of the carb and make sure you have a good steady flow of gas there. Which ever one your missing it the area you need to work on. Post back and we can help you help your self

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