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Head Gasket for a 49 WD

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Farmallb

09-01-2014 12:07:22




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Can anybody show me a pic of one. My boy SUPPOSEDLY bought a head gasket, and all they sent was insert rings that went over the holes in the manifold. We pried the old rings off and put the new ones on, but it is still blowing gas/oil'
Im thinking that there should be a regular full face gasket for it.




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CTucker

09-10-2014 19:13:57




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 Re: Head Gasket for a 49 WD in reply to Farmallb, 09-01-2014 12:07:22  
The tin with the fiber washer is all that goes on the manifold. If the head AND the manifold are not almost PERFECTLY FLAT all the way across, no gasket will work. If you are blowing oil around, you need to stop the oil from getting to the manifold, be it by replacing the rocker cover gasket or rebuilding the engine so you don't have blow by.



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Ralphwd45

09-02-2014 23:08:53




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 Re: Head Gasket for a 49 WD in reply to Farmallb, 09-01-2014 12:07:22  
YT has those gaskets, and I do order from YT, however so does Welters farm supply, in Verona Mo. , and recently I ordered a set of gaskets from YT for my CA, and realized that I wanted another set for my C, so I ordered again from Welters, in Mo. The set from Welters reached me a week sooner, than the set from YT, and Chimicum Wa, is only about 50 miles from me.



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Farmallb

09-03-2014 06:47:36




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 Re: Head Gasket for a 49 WD in reply to Ralphwd45, 09-02-2014 23:08:53  
My boy ordered his from Stiener



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bg/mo

09-02-2014 12:54:59




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 Re: Head Gasket for a 49 WD in reply to Farmallb, 09-01-2014 12:07:22  
first thing to do is to figure out where it is coming from.



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Farmallb

09-02-2014 13:05:51




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 Re: Head Gasket for a 49 WD in reply to bg/mo, 09-02-2014 12:54:59  
Well, as I had said, I had filled the chambers with trans fluid, as it had sat a long time. I took the s plugs out and ran it off of my H Farmall via belt pulleys, and thought I had got it all out. Do you think I ought to have at it again to see if any more blows out?



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BushogPapa

09-01-2014 16:50:31




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 Re: Head Gasket for a 49 WD in reply to Farmallb, 09-01-2014 12:07:22  
If the exhaust ends are not burned away and un-even...

I ALWAYS rub Red "Hi-Temp" Gasket sealer into the asbestos rings and stick them in the metal cups, then stick the metal rings onto the manifold runners and slip the manifold into place..(the rings stay in place and make it an easy job).

You don't want the ends of the manifold tightened too tight, it needs to move as the manifold heats and cools..

Ron.

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Farmallb

09-01-2014 17:20:14




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 Re: Head Gasket for a 49 WD in reply to BushogPapa, 09-01-2014 16:50:31  
I filled the cyls with trans oil and let it set a couple days. I then belted it to my H Farmall and ran it with the spark plugs off to blow out the oil, which I thought it would have done, But im getting oil running down from the head and manifold ports. Do you think its the trans oil? IF SO, Do you think I should remove the plugs and belt it up again?



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stu (ON)

09-01-2014 17:26:35




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 Re: Head Gasket for a 49 WD in reply to Farmallb, 09-01-2014 17:20:14  
Maybe time to replace the valve cover gasket.



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BushogPapa

09-01-2014 17:30:29




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 Re: Head Gasket for a 49 WD in reply to stu (ON), 09-01-2014 17:26:35  
Belting it up once should be plenty..

Is the oil still coming from the exhaust ports??



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JMS/.MN

09-01-2014 14:12:10




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 Re: Head Gasket for a 49 WD in reply to Farmallb, 09-01-2014 12:07:22  
The head has to be smooth- might be burned at the outlets? Manifold might need to be re-faced? Gaskets can"t fill all imperfections.



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Farmallb

09-01-2014 13:28:56




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 Re: Head Gasket for a 49 WD in reply to Farmallb, 09-01-2014 12:07:22  
Please forgive an ole geezer. I ment the MANIFOLD Gasket. Sorry.



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stu (ON)

09-01-2014 13:44:16




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 Re: Head Gasket for a 49 WD in reply to Farmallb, 09-01-2014 13:28:56  
https://www.yesterdaystractors.com/Allis-Chalmers-WD_Intake-and-Exhaust-Manifold_70229416.html



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Farmallb

09-01-2014 14:08:14




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 Re: Head Gasket for a 49 WD in reply to stu (ON), 09-01-2014 13:44:16  
Yes, that's the manifold, and those roundrels was what my boy got. Its still blowing gas and oil tho.



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stu (ON)

09-01-2014 12:20:05




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 Re: Head Gasket for a 49 WD in reply to Farmallb, 09-01-2014 12:07:22  
third party image



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