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Bobby Rakestraw

10-07-2007 16:52:44

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I am retoring a 47 "B' with adjustable front end and just drained the transmission case and found almost 2 gallons of water. Should I put any thing in it to maybe fluse it out or not?

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Dick L

10-07-2007 17:44:59

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 Re: Allis B Transmission in reply to Bobby Rakestraw, 10-07-2007 16:52:44  
I would dig around the bottom of the transmission case witha wire is something and see how deep the crud is. If it seems like it is just a skin of sludge I would fill it up whith hydra drive transmission oil and forget about the water deal. If it has a real deep build up I would flush it good with diesel fuel.

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Rex in Australia

10-08-2007 03:03:12

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 Re: Allis B Transmission in reply to Dick L, 10-07-2007 17:44:59  
When I got mine it had sat for 15 years out in the weather. (no snow here tho)
The engine was fine as the exhaust had been sealed up. However the gearbox and diff was full (up to the top) of rainwater. Thankfully as it had been full, it had not rusted and the gearbox etc still turned freely, and I could see that the crownwheel etc was in reasonable condition through the filler plug. I drained it all and filled it with a mixture of oil and diesel, then ran it around over some rough ground. Flushed it a couple of times and refilled with the proper grade of oil. Seems ok so far, it is just a risk we sometimes take.
I guess you can only try it and see. Hope it works out ok.
God Bless,

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