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Allis Chalmers Model C

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Jerry Shrum

08-23-2007 18:49:00




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can anyone tell me if it is usual for the block to be cracked between the cylinders? and if it is can it still be used or does it need to be repaired? any help would be great. I have two allis chalmers C one i am rebuilding and one for parts- I just discovered that the block was cracked on both of them- apprreciate any assistance if you can. Thanks,
jerry from rural Ind




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08-23-2007 19:24:03




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Model C in reply to Jerry Shrum, 08-23-2007 18:49:00  
Yep common to see cracks between the sleeves on them. I've been lucky and the blocks I have don't have any cracks but as I said its common. Most of the time you can keep using them unless they are real badly cracked



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Jerry Shrum

08-24-2007 10:15:25




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Model C in reply to old, 08-23-2007 19:24:03  
Thank you for your reply!
appreciate the input. I will recheck them this afternoon.

Jerry



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steve(ill)

08-23-2007 19:23:43




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Model C in reply to Jerry Shrum, 08-23-2007 18:49:00  
cracks about .010 inch wide are normal. you can see it, but cant get more that a sliver of paper in it if that. now if its opened up .030-.040 and you can get a finger nail caught on it, then you got trouble. the head seals on teh liner tops with the head gasket--- small cracks are o.k. in teh block. check the bottom seal for the o-rings, dont need cracks there.



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Jerry Shrum

08-24-2007 10:12:17




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Model C in reply to steve(ill), 08-23-2007 19:23:43  
thanks so much for your input -- i will chec that this afternoon-

Jerry



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