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Need Help With Model G

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Mitch in Tx.

08-24-2008 15:39:22




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Greetings Orange People. I need help with my new purchase. I just brought home a 1949 Allis Chalmers G. The tractor has had a nice restoration but has not run for about 5 years. I have ordered all the manuals but haven't received them as yet. Would someone be so kind as to tell me where the number 1 cylinder is located? Is it the cylinder closest to the seat or the rear of the tractor? Are these tractors positive ground? I really need your help. Should have her going by tomorrow. Thanks for your wisdom and time. Mitch in Texas

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AWB

08-24-2008 16:27:05




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 Re: Need Help With Model G in reply to Mitch in Tx., 08-24-2008 15:39:22  
Mitch: The #1 cylinder is the one closest to the crankshaft pulley end of the engine. The #1 cylinder timing mark is found on the crankshaft pulley. When the #1 piston is at Top dead center of compression stroke the timing mark on the crankshaft pulley will show up in the center of the hole in the hood support. These tractors came from the factory as a positive ground electrical system. Get rid of any old fuel remaining in the fuel tank and carburator. Disassemble the carburator and clean thoroughly to remove all traces of old gas and varnish deposits. Good luck with your "G".

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Mitch in Tx.

08-24-2008 16:31:11




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 Re: Need Help With Model G in reply to AWB, 08-24-2008 16:27:05  
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE HELP. I HAD ALREADY CLEANED OUT THE FUEL TANK AND CARBURETOR. I WILL POST A PICTURE IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS WHEN I HAVE SUCCESS STARTING HER.



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