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caseFrank

05-26-2009 15:46:32




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Anyone know a good head rebuilder west of the rockies. I'm on the west coast and nee a Allis B head updated?

Thanks Frank




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DickL

05-26-2009 20:47:46




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 Re: head rebuilding in reply to caseFrank, 05-26-2009 15:46:32  
If they have to put in new seats make sure you tell them that the new automotive narrow seat will sure enough give a great seal but unless they put in the automotive valves it does not take long for the seat to pound deep into the valve head. I had pictures somewhere that showed that when the deep ring was removed from the valve that the valve could not be used after ground one time. New valves to match the new hard seats are real spendy and will not be cataloged for the tractor head. I use the cast iron seats but have to watch to buy new old stock.

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Brian Jasper co. Ia

05-26-2009 19:11:00




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 Re: head rebuilding in reply to caseFrank, 05-26-2009 15:46:32  
Ask your favorite auto mechanic what machine shop he uses. The basic principles are the same between a car head or an old tractor head.



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