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Re: Restoring an Allis B

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Dick L

12-19-2002 13:38:53

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Restoring means different things to different people. To some it means to clean, fix the oil leaks, get the engine running well, and a paint job. To others it means taking every part apart and making sure every bearing, seal, gasket, and parts are as good as they came from the factory. I have seen a C Allis on ebay that was stated to be restored to better than new. However you could see by the picture that it had a B wishbone front axle, auto front wheels, had been switched to 12v, the battery box was gone with the battery out in the open, and a car stearing wheel.
The idea is to do the best job you can whith the pocketbook you have, learn, and have fun doing it.
I will link you to my site and pictures of how I start.

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12-20-2002 21:30:02

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 Re: Re: Restoring an Allis B in reply to Dick L, 12-19-2002 13:38:53  

Thanks for the pics, I will be pulling apart a 48 C tomorrow and will follow your procedure.

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12-20-2002 16:55:47

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 Re: Re: Restoring an Allis B in reply to Dick L, 12-19-2002 13:38:53  
I have a bad memory but I have a digital camera that stores the pictures on a floppy disc. I take as many closeup pictures as I think are needed to help get my restoration projects back together. Any camera will do but prints cost money and pictures on digitals usally can be reviewed and printed if needed.

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