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Allis Chalmers HD 10 dozer

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brent raymond

03-18-2010 09:33:05

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This message is a reply to an archived post by Roy Lemmond on September 12, 2008 at 19:27:07.
The original subject was "Allis Chalmers HD 10 dozer".

Looking for someone that knows a little about 1948 allis chalmer HD 10 bull dozer. Dozer runs good. However, the water in the radiator is getting hot. When the temp gets a round 200, I let it cool down. You can hear the water boiling. Does it have a water pump? Does it need to be flush out? Is the cap bad on it? If any body can help, it woul help me out.

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ASE guy

03-19-2010 18:39:53

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 Re: Allis Chalmers HD 10 dozer in reply to brent raymond, 03-18-2010 09:33:05  
There are a lot of reasons for getting too hot. Straight water boils at 212 degrees. Are you only running water? Boiling occurs after shut down due to thermal expansion. Since you have reduced coolant flow with the engine off the engine actually heats up more when you shut it off before it cools down. A loose belt could be the problem; so could the thermostat. A clogged radiator could cause that after you work the tractor hard. When and how it overheats are keys to determining the problem. I would need more information to help you diagnose the problem.

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brent raymond

03-21-2010 06:20:18

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 Re: Allis Chalmers HD 10 dozer in reply to ASE guy, 03-19-2010 18:39:53  
Thanks for your response... The dozer has been getting up to 200 degrees, which is not a lot for a diesel engine. And I have been letting it cool down before turning it off. But still you can hear the water boiling and steam coming off the radiator cap. I need to fix the problem before have problem with the engine. As for now the engine sounds fine, there are no knocks. I been using it to push down cedar trees. I just got done doing a PM on it. Flush and change the oil. Change the hydraulics.

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hector gemme

03-18-2010 14:13:23

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 Re: Allis Chalmers HD 10 dozer in reply to brent raymond, 03-18-2010 09:33:05  
Did you check too if the fan belt is not to losed.

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brent raymond

03-21-2010 06:22:17

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 Re: Allis Chalmers HD 10 dozer in reply to hector gemme, 03-18-2010 14:13:23  
I will check the fan belt.

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hector gemme

03-18-2010 10:48:29

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 Re: Allis Chalmers HD 10 dozer in reply to brent raymond, 03-18-2010 09:33:05  
I had the same probleme with my loader with motor
DETROIT 471 and I changed the thermostat and no more probleme.

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