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Allis chalmers M

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Brian Stewart

04-24-2002 12:27:21

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I figured out that I have a allis chalmers M. I do have a couple of questions. It does not have a starter on it but it does have a shaft for a hand crank. Does anybody know if they make a conversion kit for a electric start? Also were these crawlers run by a magnito?

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Brian in CA.

04-25-2002 09:03:07

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 Re: allis chalmers M in reply to Brian Stewart, 04-24-2002 12:27:21  
Thanks to Stan, John in OH and Steve in N.J. Also thanks to Darrell in MN who has helped a bunch.

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04-24-2002 21:57:40

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 Re: allis chalmers M in reply to Brian Stewart, 04-24-2002 12:27:21  
If you need a starter you might want to keep a watch on ebay. There was one a while back on their sight. As was mentioned before there is a special tapered bolt holding the starter in. Try to find this if you can.If you have a lathe you can make one. I think the bolt is a 5/8-11. Make sure the bolt is long enough for a lock nut.

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John (OH)

04-24-2002 15:14:04

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 Re: allis chalmers M in reply to Brian Stewart, 04-24-2002 12:27:21  
Brian as far as i know mine has a mag and the starter is on the left setting in the seat and looking forward also parts are almost impossible to locate the starter I have does not flange bolt there is a hole in the bellhousing and the there is a bolt to keep it in place hope this helps you I have found a man in Ill. that stocks all kinds of engine parts also this is the same engine as the model U and UC tractors

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Steve in N.J.

04-24-2002 18:40:03

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 Re: Re: allis chalmers M in reply to John (OH), 04-24-2002 15:14:04  
According to my data book, there were three different types of Magneto's used for the M. The Eisemann GL-4, the Bendix C-4 & the Fairbanks/Morse FMK4B. Also it said a 6 volt Auto-lite MAB-046 starter w/lights was optional equipment on the M. Hope this helps. Steve

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