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Allis Chalmers Discussion Forum

WC crank holder

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Nebraska Cowboy

04-14-2018 12:49:40

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Can't seem to find any pictures in the manual of where the clips that hold the crank on a WC are located. I thought they went on the RH fender at the back?

Any help is apprecaiated!

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04-14-2018 14:41:47

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 Re: WC crank holder in reply to Nebraska Cowboy, 04-14-2018 12:49:40  
I changed the front pedestal on my WC. The old one, with the worn out axle block on it, had a one piece crank. So, no need for a place to store the crank. The new pedestal has a 2 piece crank, so I needed to store the crank somewhere. I found that the crank would slide down handle end first, between the air cleaner and the plate it is mounted on. Problem solved.....

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04-15-2018 08:05:54

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 Re: WC crank holder in reply to bwillett, 04-14-2018 14:41:47  
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This picture is from the Operating Instructions and Maintenance Model "WC" Tractor Manual. Page 10, "Operating Controls"

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04-14-2018 14:26:59

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 Re: WC crank holder in reply to Nebraska Cowboy, 04-14-2018 12:49:40  
IIRC the WC crank was on the left fender. WD was on the right fender. Just checked the Fay and Kraushaar book- "Original Allis-Chalmers"...pg 66, shows the WC with crank on left fender.

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Nebraska Cowboy

04-15-2018 06:25:13

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 Re: WC crank holder in reply to JMS/.MN, 04-14-2018 14:26:59  
Thank you. Don't have access to that book. Any chance anyone could post a picture of the location and mount?

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04-14-2018 12:56:24

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 Re: WC crank holder in reply to Nebraska Cowboy, 04-14-2018 12:49:40  
I've seen them on both fenders, mine is on the left

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Nebraska Cowboy

04-15-2018 11:02:11

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 Re: WC crank holder in reply to JoeM(GA), 04-14-2018 12:56:24  
Thanks all for the help! I realized that I do not have that page in my manual! Manual is old and looks like it was torn out. I never paid attention when I was reading it>

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