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Re: My Allis Chalmers B

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02-08-2002 20:02:35

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take the small oil ines off behind the oil filter. remove the tee and use your oil gun to pump oil donw the tube toward the oil pump probably needs reprimed. this assumes you did not change the oil filter and leave the center steel tube out that sticks up into the filter???

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02-09-2002 20:26:21

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 Re: Re: My Allis Chalmers B in reply to steve, 02-08-2002 20:02:35  
Steve, I haven't changed the oil filter but I did take it off tonight to see what was in there and the steel tube was in there as well as a bunch of old black oil and sluge. Then I took off the thing that holds the oil filter on and there was a bunch of sluge in the hole thet goes in to the block, So I was cleaning out that hole and I found a piece of metal. It looks kinda like a washer but I don't think it is, It has a grove on one side of it and is like only 1/4 of a piece of whatever it is. What do you think it could be? And the sluge stuff that I was pulling out of the hole had like dirt in it. So I didn't try to start my tractor, but do you think it would hurt the tractor to start it? Any help would be appreciated.TractorMike

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02-11-2002 14:08:50

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 Re: Re: Re: My Allis Chalmers B in reply to TractorMike, 02-09-2002 20:26:21  
Pick yourself up a can of CRC Brakekleen, to clean out the crud out of those little oil lines. I did what Steve said, take the filter assy off and clean it all out. My filter housing on my "B" was all full of gunk too. The long straw that comes with the Brakekleen can worked great for cleaning out the lines,housing, & the oil filter tube.

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02-10-2002 05:51:01

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 Re: Re: Re: My Allis Chalmers B in reply to TractorMike, 02-09-2002 20:26:21  
not sure what whe steel piece was. the pump on the back, pumps 75% of the oil straight down the cam shaft and lubes the bottom end, bearings, piston rods, etc. A little of the oil coumes out the 1/8 inch pipe you see in the back and then it feeds the cam shaft and governor thru the 1/16 inch tubing. About 15% of the oil goes up the little tube in the filter, thru the filter and drains down the trough back to the crankcase. So you are not filtering the oil then sending it to the bearings. If you want to wash out the trough(valley) under the filter that is o.k. You can take it off and clean it good. make a gasket out if thick paper. the crud will fall into the oil pan. i would wash the hole with diesel fuel and flush it out the oil pan drain in the bottom. when everything is clean and reassembled, you can start the motor. You can leave the 1/16 inch tube off to the governor, or the gauge off the filter to see if anything comes out when you start it. again, fill the 1/8 inch pipe back to the pump before you assemble the tubein tee to it. Make sure the 1/4 inch steel tube from the pump pipe to the bottom of the filter is clean, thats how the oil gets to the gauge and the filter.

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