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allis C rod and main bearing shims.

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d. coleman

08-31-2010 18:03:52




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are the shims for rod and main bearing caps supplied in bearing or o/h kits, or do they have to be obtained from a differant source? if a differant source, where? has anyone made them from regular shim stock? the ones in my engine were not reusable or at i wouldn't choose to reuse them. thanks, d.coleman




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randy47

09-01-2010 17:57:33




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 Re: allis C rod and main bearing shims. in reply to d. coleman, 08-31-2010 18:03:52  
had a n old allis dealer tellme to use a beer can for shim material---- i used a pepsi can on an allis b...it worked great for many years --i think about the next guy to open up that engine!!! ....???????????



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steve(ill)

08-31-2010 18:24:37




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 Re: allis C rod and main bearing shims. in reply to d. coleman, 08-31-2010 18:03:52  
you make your own, or buy from AGCO... not in the kits. get a small sheet of .002 and cut them with sissors.



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d. coleman

08-31-2010 18:38:44




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 Re: allis C rod and main bearing shims. in reply to steve(ill), 08-31-2010 18:24:37  
thanks for response. have plenty of peel shims at work. will get to work on a set as soon as i go back to work next week. d.coleman



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Richard G.

09-01-2010 05:20:52




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 Re: allis C rod and main bearing shims. in reply to d. coleman, 08-31-2010 18:38:44  
Use aluminum flashing when thicker ones are needed.
Still can be cut with the wife's scissors when she is not around.



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