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allis chalmers b stuck engine update

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wkk427

07-01-2007 09:29:16




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i posted a while back that my b motor was stuck from setting up.i tried bumping the starter,i tried putting pressure on the crank handle,even tried putting a bar on the flywheel.i have been soaking it every day with anything from trans fluid to blaster,to some other stuff that people told me about.all of the advice was apreciated but the person that told me to be patient and rock the back wheel every day.that was really good advice.i got it broke loose today,but it has a slight knock.i hope it is a valve stuck,thanks a lot keith kd4qlo

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dardan

07-02-2007 10:03:25




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 Re: allis chalmers b stuck engine update in reply to wkk427, 07-01-2007 09:29:16  
It might serve you well to drain your oil again into a clean container, to look for trash, and to reuse if ok. I just tore down a stuck WC that had a good bottom end but had just enough rust on the edge of each crank journal to lock the bearings, not the cylinders. It was not a disaster, just stuck. There was enough rust and grit in there that I'm glad I could not get it to turn over. As it is, a good clean up will save everything, including the bearings.

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Bob from Illinois

07-02-2007 09:27:39




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 Re: allis chalmers b stuck engine update in reply to wkk427, 07-01-2007 09:29:16  
could it be the mag. snapping. mine makes a slight noise when idling but not noticable at higher rpms.



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wkk427

07-03-2007 05:24:22




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 Re: allis chalmers b stuck engine update in reply to Bob from Illinois, 07-02-2007 09:27:39  
i changed the oil and filter and i am pretty sure the noise is coming from the mag.is this normal.also where do i start to see if the mag is working right also is the wires on mag top left 1 top right 2 bottom right 4 bottom left 3



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old

07-01-2007 10:51:10




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 Re: allis chalmers b stuck engine update in reply to wkk427, 07-01-2007 09:29:16  
Pull the valve cover off to see if its a vale, most likey its not. If you don't find a stuck valve then pull the pan off and check the rods out. DON'T run it again till you find the knock or you might end up with a rod out the side of the engine. Also does it have good oil pressure if not then that could be why it knocks

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wkk427

07-01-2007 20:49:15




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 Re: allis chalmers b stuck engine update in reply to old, 07-01-2007 10:51:10  
it only knocks when it is turning slow.when the starter is turning it you dont here it but i have to clean carb out now.thanks a lot



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