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Re: Unknown Allis Tractor i found

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Tom

04-02-2002 16:44:08




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You have a somewhat rare tractor. Because it has a B engine and the weight of a WC (almost anyway) it will not be as powerful as if it had the bigger engine however it wil still do a good amount of work, and all the WC implements will fit. It does have somewhat lower gearing than a WC to somewhat compensate for less power. As has been stated there were only around 5000 made so it is worth keeping and taking care of, good luck and have fun with it.

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Terry R.

04-02-2002 19:33:17




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 Re: Re: Unknown Allis Tractor i found in reply to Tom, 04-02-2002 16:44:08  
I went and looked at it again and i have another question.I am restoring a 41 c Allis and doesnt the b engine look like the c?The reason why im asking is because the engine in this mystery tractor i found looks bigger than my c engine.It has a different manifold.It just looks differnt.So thats what i need to know.Thanks again for the help.Terry.



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h.b.hUTCHENS

04-03-2002 14:18:07




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 Re: Re: Re: Unknown Allis Tractor i found in reply to Terry R., 04-02-2002 19:33:17  
Terry, Look on left side of block where it bolts to bell housing, if there is a motor # there that starts with CE you most likely have the correct size engine. H.B.



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Brian G. NY

04-03-2002 07:13:47




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 Re: Re: Re: Unknown Allis Tractor i found in reply to Terry R., 04-02-2002 19:33:17  
Terry, I don't have any info on WC engine serial numbers, but if the block "casting" number is 3019, it's a WC or WD engine. I would guess that the prefix on a WC engine serial number would be WC just as the prefix on a WD engine is WD and the prefix on a WD-45 is 45. Let us know what you find. Thanks



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Bryan Smith

04-03-2002 04:58:02




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 Re: Re: Re: Unknown Allis Tractor i found in reply to Terry R., 04-02-2002 19:33:17  
Could be your RC has a tractor fuel or distillate manifold, while your B has a gasoline manifold. If someone had swapped out the 125 cubic inch B engine for the WC's 201 cubic inch engine they would have had to trade out the hood and probably radiator cowl, not to mention radiator mounting points, etc. Easiest way to check? Find a styled WC and measure from the front of the pedestal to the front of the grill. The distance on the RC should be more - and not just by a 1/2".

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Terry R.

04-03-2002 05:30:51




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Unknown Allis Tractor i found in reply to Bryan Smith, 04-03-2002 04:58:02  
Ok i know im a pain but if i would get the numbers off of the engine could someone tell me if its the be engine or the wc engine.All i know is if the b engine looks exactly like the c engine i then have a different engine in this rc.Thanks again for the help so far,Terry.



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Tom

04-03-2002 18:41:43




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Unknown Allis Tractor i found in reply to Terry R., 04-03-2002 05:30:51  
If youcan add oil through a cap on the governor/distrubuitor or magneto drive it is the larger engine, WC, WD, 45. If there is no cap here it must be the B, C engine. BE and CE engines look the same, used in Bs and later Bs and Cs, and RCs.



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