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Allis Chalmers B Steering

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Neal

04-13-2002 18:15:17




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I'm restoring a 1942 Allis Chalmers B. I am looking for a rebuild kit for the steering box. If anybody knows where to get these I would be most thankful.
Neal




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Dana

04-16-2002 19:15:48




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 Re: Allis Chalmers B Steering in reply to Neal, 04-13-2002 18:15:17  
I rebuilt the Ross steering gear box on my '47 C a couple months ago. My local Agco deal was able to locate original Agco bearing cups and ball bearings for the top and bottom of the worm gear. As for the nipple on the cross shaft that rides in the worm gear - it was worn quite badly. I took the shaft to a friend who owns a machine shop. He drilled out the nipple and replaced with a new hardened nipple that he fabricated. As for the brass bushings, my local bearing dealer fixed me up with replacements and my friend at the machine shop pressed them in. Napa had the oil seals and I picked up new copper washers for the side cover at Home Depot. All in all, I spent around $100.00 total (Agco parts were $65 alone!) The old girl steers like brand new now (no more 3/4 turn of the wheel before the front wheels move!)

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