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Allis seized engine removal

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Ron Beauchene

08-25-2002 13:19:29

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No manual as I'm not even sure what it is but I put a picture in the "Help Idenitify" column under 40's vintage Allis Chalmers?
Taken off the radiator, water pump and generator and removed the back bellhousing bolts. The engine only comes forward about half and inch and stops. The front crank hub is still clear of the counterweight and I can't see what's stopping it. Can anyone tell me what all comes out with the engine from inside the bellhousing? I'll get a manual when I know the model. Very appreciative.

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08-25-2002 17:40:08

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 Re: Allis seized engine removal in reply to Ron Beauchene, 08-25-2002 13:19:29  
You did remove the sheetmetal plate/cover on the lower front of the bellhousing?

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Ron Beauchene

08-25-2002 18:35:04

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 Re: Re: Allis seized engine removal in reply to Tom, 08-25-2002 17:40:08  
Exactly! I finally found the bolt heads through all the grease and grime and some light helps too. Had to knock the front counter-weight ahead to get clearance, but it's out now and onto removing the crank to see if the pistons will go out the bottom. Thanks to all those who responded.

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08-25-2002 16:39:38

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 Re: Allis seized engine removal in reply to Ron Beauchene, 08-25-2002 13:19:29  
Just an idea but try movin the clutch peddle on it when pullinng the engine forward. This is what i had to do to my lil brothers MH Pony when i took the engine out of it.

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08-25-2002 15:15:20

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 Re: Allis seized engine removal in reply to Ron Beauchene, 08-25-2002 13:19:29  
The flywheel and clutch assmbly will come out of the bell housing with the engine. On a WC, WD, etc. you need to remove the angle iron front engine support or the oil pan hits the angle iron. Imagine WF would be the same. Everything should move straight forward, enough to clear nearby parts. Might need to remove the hand crank shaft and spring on the steering casting. Not real familiar with details on WF, but they are the wheatland version of the WC.

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08-25-2002 14:27:03

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 Re: Allis seized engine removal in reply to Ron Beauchene, 08-25-2002 13:19:29  
you have a WF

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