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Allis G Oversize Pistons or Rings

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01-17-2003 15:39:27

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I've heard that you can not purchase oversize pistons for the g tractor. I have found rebuild parts for the continental- 62 engine. Mains, piston bearings, valves, rings and gaskets. I know there are no sleeves in the G. So,... my question is- are the cylinder walls just honed down and then new rings installed? Or, are they bored out and then oversized rings installed? Will be starting a rebuild on G and want to make sure I can safely rebuild (Be able to get all the parts needed) this tractor before taking it apart. The tractor still runs but smokes bad, no power, and knocking in the main bearing area after it gets warmed up. It's ready for some new life. Any suggestions?

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01-19-2003 05:50:35

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 Re: Re: Allis G Oversize Pistons or Rings in reply to norm, 01-18-2003 19:26:19  
Norm, I haven't taken anything apart or ordered anything for the g yet. I was simply making sure the parts are availiable BEFORE taking the tractor apart. I think you should be more carefull with your choice of words about how smart people are. I would think that it could be bad for business.

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TX Denny

01-20-2003 08:21:48

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 Re: Re: Re: Allis G Oversize Pistons or Rings in reply to Dan, 01-19-2003 05:50:35  
Hey, hold on partner. Norm wasn't trying to intimate anything about your intelligence. He simply stated a fact. Now, about hair triggers .....

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Dave C

01-17-2003 18:31:30

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 Re: Allis G Oversize Pistons or Rings in reply to Dan, 01-17-2003 15:39:27  
Dan,Pistons are available in std.020,.030,.040,&.060
according to a catalog I have.The Massey harris Pony has the same N62 continental engine if that is of any help.

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Tractor Rod

01-17-2003 16:44:58

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 Re: Allis G Oversize Pistons or Rings in reply to Dan, 01-17-2003 15:39:27  
Dan there are oversize pistons and rings. You have to bore the block for the new pistons. I think there are .010, .020,and .030 I do not have my book here in front of me. If you do need new pistons I can get them for you. Thanks Tractor Rod

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