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07-29-2011 21:23:38

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Does anybody know if there is sombody in Northern Indiana that would be able to fix an allis G clutch? would also go to Ohio and illinois.

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07-30-2011 13:13:30

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 Re: Allis G in reply to AllisG, 07-29-2011 21:23:38  
Could I ask what it is doing, sliping, will not release?

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07-30-2011 18:07:27

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 Re: Allis G in reply to IOWA NORTHEAST, 07-30-2011 13:13:30  
well i added a new clutch, pressure plate, and throw out bearing and it goes into gear good but if you drive it off graval or concrete it starts to slip. Iam just looking for somebody with more knowledge about this then me.

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07-30-2011 19:51:24

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 Re: Allis G in reply to AllisG, 07-30-2011 18:07:27  
Learned the hard way on my G, do not, I repeat do not install the pressure plate as with factor settings. Reset the adjustments per the G book. On the other hand I am getting pretty fast at pulling the engine. Russ

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07-30-2011 20:50:41

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 Re: Allis G in reply to jdman(mo), 07-30-2011 19:51:24  
when it comes to adjusting where do you measure from? when the fly wheel and pressure plate r installed how do you masure at the flywheel

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07-31-2011 05:31:59

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 Re: Allis G in reply to AllisG, 07-30-2011 20:50:41  
Per page 25 of the manual...Adjust the clutch release levers until they are exactly 1-25/32 from the face of the flywheel, or 11/16 from the release lever contact surface to the back plate. Russ

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07-31-2011 09:32:56

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 Re: Allis G in reply to jdman(mo), 07-31-2011 05:31:59  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeBut how do you measure from the face when you cant get a measurer on it.

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07-30-2011 06:44:59

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 Re: Allis G in reply to AllisG, 07-29-2011 21:23:38  

Be sure to remove the flywheel and have it refaced. Otherwise the clutch will likely not adjust properly when it is reassembled.

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