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carman

12-26-2009 17:55:33




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got a allis -g engine was apart I rebuilt many fords,but this is my 1st allis can;t find a book for it,,but my ? is do the rods and mains got lock to lock ,I was told they do not and I wany to be sure, if I match the numbers up they don;t go lock to lock,, not sure on the main caps thanks carman




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BushogPapa

12-28-2009 08:36:28




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 Re: allis-g engine in reply to carman, 12-26-2009 17:55:33  
Check with others about how to be sure the oil pump is PRIMED (or WILL prime), before you start it.. I have seen these refuse to initially Prime... And you about have to remove the engine to remove the oil pan..!!

Just thought you might like to know...

Ron..



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carman

12-27-2009 16:44:51




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 Re: allis-g engine in reply to carman, 12-26-2009 17:55:33  
In NJ we call it lock to lock,But tab to tab is good . But I got it they go tab to tab ,got this G in boxs,thanks to Joe M{ga} for the dowenload thanks to all for the good info carman



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mlpankey

12-27-2009 11:41:35




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 Re: allis-g engine in reply to carman, 12-26-2009 17:55:33  
Kent and Dick are right . I do not understand .you say that if you match the stenciled 1 upper rod half so that the 1 on the lower rod cap is on the same side the locks are not toward the same rod bolt or that they are not inline for they arent inline one is always offset to the other but are on the same rod bolt.I know its too late but next time I prefer a small punch but have stencils . but here is the trick punch the number on the rod upper and lower half to the jouranl it is on and also punch the oil pan rail as to which side you punched the rod halfs on. this does three things it of coarse matched marked the rod halves and also to the crank journal but it also locates which way the rod turns some rods are offset and being turned correctly to the crank rod journal makes for less headaches.

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kendak

12-27-2009 10:22:00




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 Re: allis-g engine in reply to carman, 12-26-2009 17:55:33  
all rod & main caps are machined with the caps lock to lock...numbers mean nothing



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Dick L

12-27-2009 11:00:50




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 Re: allis-g engine in reply to kendak, 12-27-2009 10:22:00  
OK, Tab to tab would have clicked in, So should lock to lock even though I had not heard the term.



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Dick L

12-27-2009 10:00:08




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 Re: allis-g engine in reply to carman, 12-26-2009 17:55:33  
Got Lock to Lock

That is not a term that I am familiar with.

The main and rod bearings are not shimmed if that is what you mean. It is a Continental engine not an Allis. Pistons must be installed from the bottom. I think it is easier to put the pistons up from the bottom without rings. You can install the rings and use a ring compressor then tap the pistons down. They can be installed rings and all from the bottom but with my large hands it is kinda tedious.

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JoeM(GA)

12-26-2009 20:19:22




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 Re: allis-g engine in reply to carman, 12-26-2009 17:55:33  
here is a copy of my G service manual you can download here



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Jeff Z.

12-26-2009 18:14:25




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 Re: allis-g engine in reply to carman, 12-26-2009 17:55:33  
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