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AC B-C Cast Iron Oil Pan

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Darrell

01-14-2000 16:10:39




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Does anybody know how many cast iron oil pans were made? what year(s) did Allis use this pan?




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Doug

01-16-2000 18:01:13




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 Re: AC B-C Cast Iron Oil Pan in reply to Darrell, 01-14-2000 16:10:39  
I checked my "38 B and it has a stamped steel oil pan.



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Dick L

01-16-2000 14:49:16




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 Re: AC B-C Cast Iron Oil Pan in reply to Darrell, 01-14-2000 16:10:39  

I just took a look at a pan that came off a C engine I have in my shop and it is cast. The bolt patern is the same as the stamped steel ones I have out here. Could it be for a W C ? When you buy this old stuff as I do you never know what has been swithed. I would also like to know more about the cast pans, and if they were used on the B's and C's after 37.



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Darrell

01-16-2000 16:50:33




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 Re: Re: AC B-C Cast Iron Oil Pan in reply to Dick L, 01-16-2000 14:49:16  
I'm pretty sure the WC, and the B's had a different pan. I'm not possitive though. Can anyone out there shed some light on this?



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Orangeman

01-15-2000 12:04:12




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 Re: AC B-C Cast Iron Oil Pan in reply to Darrell, 01-14-2000 16:10:39  
My brother has a cast pan on his 37' B. This is the Waukesha (not sure how its spelled) engine. They only made 96 of the 37' B's. Not of my knowledge to know if any other Allis used a cast pan.



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Darrell

01-15-2000 13:56:03




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 Re: Re: AC B-C Cast Iron Oil Pan in reply to Orangeman, 01-15-2000 12:04:12  
Can you check with your brother, and see if his cast pan has the same bolt pattern as the stamped steel pan. This one put side, by side, with a stamped steel pan looks allmost the same. The casting number on this one is AM 3555-2.



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Grandad

01-15-2000 12:28:13




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 Re: Re: AC B-C Cast Iron Oil Pan in reply to Orangeman, 01-15-2000 12:04:12  
The WCs used a cast iron pan and valve cover for a little while. I think the B and C from 38 on have always had a stamped steel pan.



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