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03-22-2014 10:50:07

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Neighbor dropped off a allis 200 diesel (clutch went out) to get fixed. I don't know nothing about these models and very little about Allis to start with

Is there anything special i need to do/know involved in splitting the tractor?


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03-23-2014 04:35:47

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 Re: Allis 200 in reply to bison, 03-22-2014 10:50:07  
Very easy job to do along with what has been said there are 2 O rings on the engine adapter plate that need replaceing too- any more questions just ask but a 200 clutch is an easy job

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03-22-2014 12:33:34

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 Re: Allis 200 in reply to bison, 03-22-2014 10:50:07  
If you pull the flywheel, make sure you replace both the wear sleeve and the rear seal. Also, put a bolt in backwards on the frame rail to hold the engine plate up on each side.


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03-22-2014 16:57:31

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 Re: Allis 200 in reply to Hurst, 03-22-2014 12:33:34  
that helps,..thanks guys

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03-22-2014 12:23:09

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 Re: Allis 200 in reply to bison, 03-22-2014 10:50:07  
One thing to remember on AC diesels, fuel stop cable works backwards, out is run, and in is off.

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03-28-2014 08:13:41

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 Re: Allis 200 in reply to Dieseltech, 03-22-2014 12:23:09  
What you mean is that the cable on all the other makes works backwards. It's easier to push it in in an emergency than it is to pull it out.

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