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1935 allis WC flat top

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Gene Henderson

02-20-1999 16:48:25

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Just brought a 1935 Allis Chalmers flat top home.
The motor is stuck but otherwise it is in good shape, need to know if allis WC motors were all the same size from 1933---1948???? thank you Gene

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02-20-1999 20:27:21

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 Re: 1935 allis WC flat top in reply to Gene Henderson, 02-20-1999 16:48:25  
Yes, they were. They were all 4"x4" for a grand total of 201. You can still get an OH kit from Allis that is the original bore. I just checked today for my 36 WC. Takes about $550 for everything below the head. Valve train kits are $100. FYI, you can still get the originial oil pressure and water temp guages from AGCO with Allis Chalmers on them. My dealer says he can get almost anything for them. He had a OH kit on hand, 4 oil guages and 2 water guages. Looks like I picked the right color.

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Dave Fullmer (TN)

02-22-1999 22:21:01

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 Re: Re: 1935 allis WC flat top in reply to Aaron, 02-20-1999 20:27:21  

Don't want to be argumentive, but the very first WC's came out with a Waukesha engine. It is my understanding that this engine was a L-head or flat top. Recently I was corrected by an expert much more experienced than I when I referred to a overhead valve unstyled WC as a flat top. I was informed that the reference flat top had to do with the Waukesha engine WC built I think in 1933

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Dave Fullmer (TN)

02-22-1999 22:24:57

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 Re: Re: Re: 1935 allis WC flat top in reply to Dave Fullmer (TN), 02-22-1999 22:21:01  

Meant to add that other than the very first Waukesha engine, all the rest of the WC engines thru 48 were basicaly the same. I think even the WD engine was almost the same as the WC.

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