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ancient greaser

09-24-2007 20:21:40




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I have just purchased an Allis Power Unit G 226, serial #451584. I know nothing about this unit. Which tractor engine does it resemble most closely? The murphy guages are cracked. Are there new ones available? Can they be bypassed? I do not intend to use it except to run it at shows. How many of these were made? What year is it? Enough questins for now.




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leroy in ne

09-25-2007 19:17:22




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 Re: Allis Power Unit in reply to ancient greaser, 09-24-2007 20:21:40  
murphy gages are-were commonly used on engines for irrigation wells and pumps. i would guess other uses where no operator is present would also use them such as standby generators for hospitals and communications gear ect.



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ancient greaser

09-25-2007 19:13:40




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 Re: Allis Power Unit in reply to ancient greaser, 09-24-2007 20:21:40  
wally b,

$500. But that is only part of the story. By the time my wife and I stayed two nights in a motel, ate some food, and drove 1300 kms, we spent another $400! So what did I pay? If I can talk my wife into chalking the trip up to a nice little weekend holiday, I guess I paid $500!

ancient greaser



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wally b

09-25-2007 12:11:18




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 Re: Allis Power Unit in reply to ancient greaser, 09-24-2007 20:21:40  
How much did you pay for it may I ask?

wally



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JMS/MN

09-24-2007 20:33:57




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 Re: Allis Power Unit in reply to ancient greaser, 09-24-2007 20:21:40  
226 would be the cid of the WD45, and without checking, the D17 with the higher rpm. So you are talking 50s, 60s, etc.



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