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Question on D14 Valve Clearance Final Drive on Allis Chalmers C

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John Wright

02-17-2002 11:02:37




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Can anyone tell me what the valve clearance is on a D14 LPG? Also on the inside of the final drive on Allis Chalmers C there is a cap there that pops off. Does that bearning run in the oil or does it need to be packed in grease?




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steve

02-17-2002 14:51:54




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 Re: Question on D14 Valve Clearance Final Drive on Allis Chalmers C in reply to John Wright, 02-17-2002 11:02:37  
I set the valve clearance at .010 hot or .012 when cold. The cover on the final drive covers the end bearing where clearance is shimmed. YOu should see a bolt in the end of the shaft. The cover should have a bead or RTV and pound into the hole. No grease, it is lubed with 80-90 wt final drive oil. DIdnt some come out when the cover came off?. Might want to check the final drive level thru the 1/2 inch pipe plug in the sheetmetal pan. The bull gear runs in the oil and splashes it up to the top gears and bearings.

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