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Re: Allis Chalmers Power-Shift Wheels

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04-16-2002 16:25:39




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If they are that stuck take the brackets off the center part of the wheel and loosen them up real good . The Ca Cam lock can be turned with a 1/2 in drive socket extension turned backwards and a wrench on the drive end. If they are really stuck and you try and force them you might twist the hex off of the pin. Mine were so stuck I had to take them apart and soak them real good and work them back and forth until I got them free.My Ca doesn't run yet so I could not spin them in or out with the engine, But I could not get the wheels between the fenders on the trailer to drag her home with them set wide. Tim

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04-16-2002 18:00:10




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 Re: Re: Allis Chalmers Power-Shift Wheels in reply to T.J._N.J., 04-16-2002 16:25:39  
I had to take the WE ones I had off the wheels and rims and free them up one at a time. Took the snap rings off the back and drove the cam back and forth with a hammer until I could turn it a bit, then worked it out. Open vise a bit and place bracket on vise and drive cam into opening in vise. Good luck, it can be a project, I did one or two at a time, then the next day a couple more. Took a big hammer too. Some heat might help, wouldn't want to heat them too much as they are hardened.

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