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henry jackson

11-15-2007 14:02:44




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I am beginning a total restoration of a allis model'b'.After removing the head I found small cracks between each cylinder.Do i need to have them welded? I heard that it isn't necessary.
The engine is locked up,but has been full of oil,so there is no rust.Any tips for unlocking other soaking and tryig to turn.Thanks for any help. Henry




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11-15-2007 15:49:10




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 Re: block cracks in reply to henry jackson, 11-15-2007 14:02:44  
Those cracks are common on the B/C engines and if not real big then your good to go. As far as the locked up engine you say the engine is full of oil?? But are you saying the cylinders or just the oil pan?? If its the oil pan the reason its locked up is because it got some water in a cylinder and rusted the rings to the sleeves. Condensation is good about doing that. I my self would fill the cylinders with tranny fluid and let it sit a few weeks then if it has a starter set a 12 volt battery in it and tap the starter button with short fast taps as to sort of jerk the engien free. Most of the time doing that works. I know because I do it all the time and so for I'm 2 in 20 that didn't pop free for me

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henry jackson

11-16-2007 06:15:50




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 Re: block cracks in reply to old, 11-15-2007 15:49:10  
Thanks Hobby,for your info.The engine was completly full of oil.THIS TRACTOR IS A BASKET CASE.Everythig was frozen.I have freed up the trany and rear end so far.I guess it is a good thing I love a good challenge because it is big one. I will perservere. Thanks again. Henry



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