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Re: My Allis Chalmers B, Big problem.

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steve

02-14-2002 18:58:41




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you have to take the radiator sheetmetal off then the radiator, and drain the water. the radiator mount is bolted to the engine front end with four large studs. would be best to take this off also. you need a puller to remove the crank pulley. now you are looking at the seal. if you can "pick" it out, you can glue in another. look to make sure the crank is centered in the front hole. if not it is best to remove the several bolts and remove the front cover of the engine timing gears. this is a flat 1/4 inch thick plate that holds the seal. I dont know the seal number. you should be able to get it at NAPA. -----you can wash the oil cavities with anything that disolves oil. i might think twice about an alcohol based substance. you might disolve some rubber, plastic or RTV material, if that is present. personally i would use kero or diesel. i think gasoline is a very good disolver of oil and gunk,and parts washer, but of coures you cant recomment that due to the volatility...right?

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TractorMike

02-15-2002 20:17:06




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 Re: Re: My Allis Chalmers B, Big problem. in reply to steve, 02-14-2002 18:58:41  
Steve, I used kerosene, Then I put it back together and drove it back to it's shed so I can take it apart. I didn't loose to much oil because I only put 3 quarts of oil in it so it wouldn't leak but my temp guage keeps leaking so I do loose some water. Hopefully it wont be out of comission for too long. Now, will a hood from an AC C fit my AC B? TractorMike



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steve

02-15-2002 20:28:23




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 Re: Re: Re: My Allis Chalmers B, Big problem. in reply to TractorMike, 02-15-2002 20:17:06  
B and C are same hood. major difference is most C are narrow front axle, and wider rear axles and housings.



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TractorMike

02-16-2002 09:37:06




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: My Allis Chalmers B, Big problem. in reply to steve, 02-15-2002 20:28:23  
Ok, Thanks. TractorMike



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Steve in N.J.

02-14-2002 21:30:52




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 Re: Re: My Allis Chalmers B, Big problem. in reply to steve, 02-14-2002 18:58:41  
Mike,
My Napa/C/R seal book lists two different seals for front crankshaft. Depends on engine serial number. Here's the numbers:
Eng.#-CE16109 thru 177566 seal#14816
Eng.#-CE177567-up C/R seal#14857
Hope this helps ya out.



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TractorMike

02-15-2002 20:26:22




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 Re: Re: Re: My Allis Chalmers B, Big problem. in reply to Steve in N.J., 02-14-2002 21:30:52  
Hey Steve, Thanks. I hope to go out to town soon so hopefully I can get another seal. TractorMike



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Steve in N.J.

02-15-2002 21:16:47




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: My Allis Chalmers B, Big problem. in reply to TractorMike, 02-15-2002 20:26:22  
Hey Mike, no problem. Glad to help you out! It also helps when you have a parts dept. & plenty of catalogs to look at.....Enjoy your tractor, that's what it's all about! I'm havin' fun putting mind together also. Hope to get it fired soon.....



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