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Re: Allis-B Block

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03-04-2002 15:54:15

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I think some people have got into some later D series engines and thought they were from a B,C,CA as I have never ever seen a CA with pressure fed rods,if there is some way to prove this please do because I am always open to learning something new but as I said before I have had dozens of these engines apart and have never come across a CA with anything but dribble fed rods.

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03-05-2002 16:14:57

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 Re: Re: Allis-B Block in reply to Yoder, 03-04-2002 15:54:15  
To clear up a little con fusion I run out in a cold an took some pictures of a CA engine kinda niked. Ya git to look in an see some privet parts like the hole in the crankshaft.

Now if ya click on next ya kin see it is not a D's engine. Now ifins ur still in need of a better look I do have a D 15 block I kin slid up beside it an took a nudder picture of em side by side.

Now if ya click next agin you can see a coupla a rods. Guess which one wont work in a B. If ya have some of those dozens of CA's around ya might jus want to try ta find the holes that squirt oil on the rods, Aah they jus aint there is they. Thats why they drilled the crankshafts.

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