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1938 allis chalmers engine question

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travis

09-06-2003 18:38:23




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hello,
i have a 1938 b allis chalmers tractor that my dad owned for many years but has also not been used in many years.my question is if there is any way to fix a engine that is cracked from one piston over to the other.it is a hair line crack.this is the reason the tractor had quit being used on the farm.i would like to restore it.i thank you for any advice that you could give.if the engine cannot be fixed what other years of this model would work to replace engine. thanks

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steve

09-07-2003 06:37:27




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 Re: 1938 allis chalmers engine question in reply to travis, 09-06-2003 18:38:23  
if yo uare talking about a crack in the top of the block, under the cylinder head, between the pistons, that is not important. most are cracked in this area. the liner should stick up a few thousands and will seal on the head gasket. The crack is not important. Why was this the cause of the initial failure of the motor? or is the crack external?



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TRAVIS

09-07-2003 15:46:53




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 Re: Re: 1938 allis chalmers engine question in reply to steve, 09-07-2003 06:37:27  
thanks steve
that information helps a lot.i am new at this tractor stuff and just learning.and having fun at that.the crack is exactly as you explained in the top of the block under the cylinder head and between the pistons.you really have to look to even see it but its there.my dad said that he is not sure if it had just stopped runing good are what when he parked it because it has been so many years sitting there.thanks again and i will probably be asking more questions. trav

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wdtom

09-09-2003 18:17:54




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 Re: Re: Re: 1938 allis chalmers engine question in reply to TRAVIS, 09-07-2003 15:46:53  
Check back in the archives, there is a lot of discussion on cracks.



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