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Allis B Parts Interchange

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11-26-2002 18:05:19

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Do the Allis Chalmers B, C, and CA use the same engines and are parts interchangable? Thanks in advance.

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11-26-2002 18:33:57

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 Re: Allis B Parts Interchange in reply to Donny-B, 11-26-2002 18:05:19  
the B used a BE motor for a couple years. when they started making the C model, the updated the motor and called it a CEl and it was used in the B and C for the remainder of production. The BE is the same motor with a smaller piston bore. All parts will interchange, except the pistons and rings (unless you change the liners). The Ca used a second updated motor with a different lubrication system internal. For this reason you can not swap internal parts between the motor unless you know exactly what you are doing. YOu can take a motor from any of the three tractors and install in either of the other tractors as a unit, no problem.

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11-26-2002 18:40:12

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 Re: Re: Allis B Parts Interchange in reply to steve, 11-26-2002 18:33:57  
Are the external parts the same? (Manifold, carb, magneto, etc?)

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Justin NY

11-26-2002 18:50:38

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 Re: Re: Re: Allis B Parts Interchange in reply to Donny-B, 11-26-2002 18:40:12  
Yes they are,Alot of internal parts are interchangeable also but as steve posted you have to know the engine and what is interchangeable,extenals are all interchangeable Justinny

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11-26-2002 19:04:33

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Allis B Parts Interchange in reply to Justin NY, 11-26-2002 18:50:38  
thru the C series Allis used a magnito ignition, after the CA they went to the distributor. you can put either on the motors.

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