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wristpins for allis chalmers C

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01-24-2004 18:00:19

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when i got into my rebuild kit for my C i had 2 badly rusted wristpins, does anyone have, or know were i can get, just wristpins without the pistons either new or like new. the chalmers dealer can get them but they are at least 25.00 each, sounds steap to me.if you can help Email me

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01-27-2004 18:31:36

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 Re: wristpins for allis chalmers C in reply to john, 01-24-2004 18:00:19  
dave, i think they sound good enough for me. drop your adress directly to my email and i will get you a cert. check for them. chalmersjohn@hotmail.com

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Dave R (MN)

01-24-2004 20:12:12

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 Re: wristpins for allis chalmers C in reply to john, 01-24-2004 18:00:19  
John, I have a set of wrist pins I just took out of my C that were still nice and tight. I could pick the pistons up by the rod and turn them sideways and they would not slide down unless I shook them a little bit. (It says to check them this way in the book.) I replaced them anyway because I got new ones with the kit. How does $10.00 for 2 of them sound? (For that I'll pay for the shipping.)

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01-25-2004 16:12:07

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 Re: Re: wristpins for allis chalmers C in reply to Dave R (MN), 01-24-2004 20:12:12  
dave, can you pull one from the piston and see if you can see a wear pattern or measure the diameter to see how close they are to the .813 to .8133 dimension that they are suposed to be. i may be interested in them.

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Dave (R)

01-25-2004 19:59:01

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 Re: Re: Re: wristpins for allis chalmers C in reply to john, 01-25-2004 16:12:07  
John, I just ran out to the shop and measured them and came up with .8125. I measured both ends of 2 of them and came up with same number everytime. Can't see or feel any wear. Just used a dial caliper not a micrometer but it's been quite accurate on other stuff I've measured.

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