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ALLIS WD-45 ENGINE BUILD

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MHCorey

12-02-2012 15:17:32




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I"m looking for someone that has experience building WD45 engines. The engine is currently seized. Any advice is much appreciated.




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bg/mo

12-02-2012 18:09:36




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 Re: ALLIS WD-45 ENGINE BUILD in reply to MHCorey, 12-02-2012 15:17:32  
around here auto machine shops also do engine rebuilds and do tractor motors , check around your area to see, if you dont feel comfortable doing it yourself.



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Winchester1

12-02-2012 16:38:19




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 Re: ALLIS WD-45 ENGINE BUILD in reply to MHCorey, 12-02-2012 15:17:32  
Suggest you guy a genuine Alllis Chalmers manual, they (reprints) can be found at a fair price on Ebay. At least the price was decent a couple of years ago when I bought mine.

Much better than I&T manuals.



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old

12-02-2012 16:11:28




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 Re: ALLIS WD-45 ENGINE BUILD in reply to MHCorey, 12-02-2012 15:17:32  
A whole lot depends on where in the world you are since many of us on Y-T have been into many many engines. Shoot I have an old WD45 engine sitting in my shop for that matter



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Bob Huntress

12-02-2012 16:04:58




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 Re: ALLIS WD-45 ENGINE BUILD in reply to MHCorey, 12-02-2012 15:17:32  
I want to agree with the one below that said to check for cracks. I use a 3 part spray, and I can't say enough of hoe important this is. I've seen several WD-45's with cracks.



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Bob Huntress

12-02-2012 16:00:18




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 Re: ALLIS WD-45 ENGINE BUILD in reply to MHCorey, 12-02-2012 15:17:32  
When you say that it is seized are you saying that they engine has been sitting a long time, and won"t turn, or that it overheat and seized etc? Is this just a tractor that has sat idle for to long?



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steve(ill)

12-02-2012 15:49:41




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 Re: ALLIS WD-45 ENGINE BUILD in reply to MHCorey, 12-02-2012 15:17:32  
motor has liners for cylinders. RIngs are probalby froze to the liners. take off the head, turn upside down. Take off the pan, take one rod off at a time, and pound out the top and piston, rod and liners might come out as one.



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BushogPapa

12-02-2012 15:41:43




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 Re: ALLIS WD-45 ENGINE BUILD in reply to MHCorey, 12-02-2012 15:17:32  
Get it torn-down, Cleaned and inspected for cracks.. Most everything else is easy...

Ron..



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