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allis c engine swap

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allis fields

10-06-2014 21:51:11

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What does it take to put a D14 engine into a allis C.

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Dick L

10-07-2014 03:58:47

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 Re: allis c engine swap in reply to allis fields, 10-06-2014 21:51:11  
About four hours if you have everything ready. Plan on taking a day. You will have to use the clutch assembly and will need four step studs from 5/8" standard thread down to 1/2" fine thread to bolt the front casting to the block. The CA used the step studs. Some hole changing in the hood.

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Allis Fields

10-09-2014 09:51:47

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 Re: allis c engine swap in reply to Dick L, 10-07-2014 03:58:47  
do you have to use the D14 flywheel and starter or the Allis C flywheel and or starter.

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Dick L

10-09-2014 14:22:17

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 Re: allis c engine swap in reply to Allis Fields, 10-09-2014 09:51:47  
Sorry! I didn't finish my thought when typing.

(You will have to use the clutch assembly from the C.)

Yes you will need to use the C flywheel and starter. the ring gears have a different tooth counts.

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10-17-2014 15:41:03

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 Re: allis c engine swap in reply to Dick L, 10-09-2014 14:22:17  
You also need to use the C fan.

On the hood, you need to move the muffler hole, the oil fill hole and the C air filter will not fit. You can drill out the radiator mount to a size to fit the D14 studs if you don't have the step studs.

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