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carpetfarmer

02-23-2016 15:33:51




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About a year and a half ago, I had the opportunity to purchase my great grandpa's WC from my great uncle. He said he had it running and drove it into the barn 10-15 years ago where I pulled it out of. I had plans to get it running that fall but didn't get to it and don't know when I will. The engine is free but I don't want it to seize up, so I was going to put a little ATF in each cylinder. How much should I use?

Also, does anyone have a good place to get information and do some research on a WC?

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JoeM(GA)

02-23-2016 18:51:07




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 Re: WC Info in reply to carpetfarmer, 02-23-2016 15:33:51  
I have PDF's of the Allis Owners manual and service manual for the WC, shoot me your email if wanted

Joe

btw - I have my wife's great-grandfathers 1941 WC



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old

02-23-2016 18:34:51




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 Re: WC Info in reply to carpetfarmer, 02-23-2016 15:33:51  
Well if your just going to let it sit for a while fill the cylinders with ATF that way they can not rust up. Then when you get around to messing with it pull the plugs out and spin it over to clear the ATF out. Leave one sit with ATF you can not have enough in the cylinders if the plan it to let it be parked



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4wdtom

02-23-2016 17:08:26




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 Re: WC Info in reply to carpetfarmer, 02-23-2016 15:33:51  
If you only turn it over by hand you can't put too much oil in as it will stop turning when there is no air, only oil to compress. If you are going to spin it over with the starter to spread the oil will i wouldn't put more than 1/4 to 1/3 cup in each cylinder. Over time it will leak down past the rings and make the engine smoke crazy for a few minutes when you do start it. I just started a cub cadet that I had flooded this way maybe 5-6 years ago and it took it 4or 5 minuts to clear up, but it didn't stick over the time it was stored outside, 9undaer comer). As for information. There are a lot of Allis Chalmers books out there, some may still be in print. You could also get the manuals, owners, parts, and repair.

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