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Old 12-18-2017, 11:21:54 PM
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Phil-Post 19: That's the way to repair cast iron. I've done it a little on a manifold. Heat it in a charcoal fire, weld and then bury everything in wood ashes. It's hot work!
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Phil Johnson, Norm Johnson and Aultman Taylor; If anyone of you guys ever worked on a Allis Chalmers model " L " built between 1922 & 1927 you would have ran into bolts and nuts that are also WHITWORTH. I ran into that back in 2009 -2011 when I was reworking my " L " Allis Chalmers, I too was a little puzzeled as to what was going on. Brake out the metics and all sizes of adjustables. Keep us posted on this project. Roger Weinhold AKA Charlie 1925.
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Not a problem here, Charlie as I also play with old Brit sports cars so have a pretty complete set of whitworth tools, wrenches and sockets.

As for Allis 'L', I have had the chance to work on one that a friend had here for a while. There are three in this area that I am aware of.
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Since restoring the Avance tractor I have gained several spanners and sockets with measurements in 32 nds and these do fit the odd ones in between metric and imperial in 16 ths. keep up the good work
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It is a 703. Still waiting on the engine block which is still at the welding shop. A new dual fuel tank is being made and should be ready soon. It's kind of a complicated thing to make.
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Hi Phil,
i have missed your thread about this amazing machine! AS David Parfitt wrote to you, it's a fiat 703. IF you need any help with the engine please let me know. I have several documentation on early fiat tractors.
Good luck with the restoration! I will be waiting for updates!

Ciao from Torino, where this tractor was built.

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The engine welding is on hold for a while as Cal, the welder, has a broken finger and can't do any welding for another couple of weeks!!

I got the new fuel tank from Robb, the sheet metal man. It is a two compartment tank and the fuel selector valves mount on the boss on the bottom. I do some sheet metal work, but I don't have his skills with it!!
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