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Very Old Allis Engine, Four Cylinder with a hand crank PU 40 40 W

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Lee

09-19-2002 20:22:59




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I have come across an Allis Chalmers engine and transmition which was put on a small trailer and used to run a belt drive. The engine is very old, has a hand crank in the front and the Identification numbers I found were PU 40 40 W.
This engine will never run again but its parts could help another. How do I make these parts available to the right person.




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steve

09-20-2002 20:25:02




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 Re: Very Old Allis Engine, Four Cylinder with a hand crank PU 40 40 W in reply to Lee, 09-19-2002 20:22:59  
is there a casing number on the side of the block, possilby layed out in a semicircle pattern?



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Glenn(WV)

09-20-2002 19:06:25




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 Re: Very Old Allis Engine, Four Cylinder with a hand crank PU 40 40 W in reply to Lee, 09-19-2002 20:22:59  
Shot in the dark here ... but possibly a B125 power unit? Allis sold a LOT of those little units for all sorts of uses.



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Tom

09-20-2002 17:57:52




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 Re: Very Old Allis Engine, Four Cylinder with a hand crank PU 40 40 W in reply to Lee, 09-19-2002 20:22:59  
You will need to describe it more I think. Maybe a picture if you have that technology. Can you look at some old pictures of ACs and see one like it?



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