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Fat Allis Next Surgery

Discussion in 'Track Loaders' started by DMiller, Nov 19, 2019.

  1. DMiller

    DMiller Senior Member

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    Why yes indeedie that is a Rough Service finger cooking 100 watter
    Have that one And one more I gathered up some time ago
    Used to have six but alas are down to two!!
    I get up 3:30-4 every day
    End up having to make the mutt go out then at some point before sunrise I am at it
    By the time on that clock I am done for the morning and have let the mutt(house puppy) back out generally ate lunch by 10:30 or 11
    Have other doings also going on as yesterday had to get car serviced where I do not fit under do not have a lift and found it cheaper to have someone else do that and dispose of the mess
    My tractors trucks and other machines I will attend to, cars suck!

    Check the time stamp on this
    2:45 and had to get up!!
     
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    Worked on inconsequential or so thought crap today. Straightened Hardnose bolt nut cages and readied them to install, then got gamey decided to tackle some weeping Eastman style quad ring seal 1/4" return fuel line leaks. Stack in the nuts TIGHT, hard as glass, damned near could not get the scratch pick down into the hardened rubber to break free from the nuts(6), FINALLY after near to an hour of fuel dribbling down block and making a Royal mess all out, installed new seals reinstalled tubes. Scraped the thicker gunk off Radiator support mount and reinstalled it with the engine fan blades. Need to reorganize over the rest of weekend, allow oil dry to clean up dribbled fuel, will probably complete dumping oil as already changed filter from engine while belly pan is off(already drained for this), May swing hardnose back into place just Not upright and leaving radiator out until have exhaust elbow on.
     
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    Was just too much to deal with and corners were creeping in together
    As well the reseal lines,
     
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  4. DMiller

    DMiller Senior Member

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    This one is just for CO

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    Yes......
     
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  6. DMiller

    DMiller Senior Member

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    I'm just glad you've got your clock working. Its the little things that mess guys up.
     
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  8. DMiller

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    And parts is pieces is parts

    Exhaust actually looking better
    Until get hood on and verify position on hood hole
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    Allis was a lot different
    Stack on hood is not connected to the engine
    Short stack on engine directs thru the hood stack.
     
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  9. DMiller

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    This was OE
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  10. Metalman 55

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    Looks like there is more than one way to skin the cat. Is that a 3" steel weld elbow? Standard pipe flange too?
     
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  11. crane operator

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    You better have gotten a lot done today, it wasn't fit to do anything outside by me. 30 degrees and snow and sleet and rain.
     
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    2.5” elbow and pipe sch 40
    Five inch dia 1/2” plate plasma cut flange I drilled the holes. Center hole 2.75”
    Cannot see it but is a guide sleeve that sits in the turbo throat welded inside the flange bore.

    Bunch of running today
    Trash day
    Had two more hoses made for instrumentation.
    Worked on exhaust
     
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  14. DMiller

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    LOL!! Early 6G maybe a 5G, by stack and air pre cleaner most likely a two banger 71 series Driptroit No Thanks, this one is plenty!!

    As far as the FARR Dynacell type air cleaner on mine, have NO intentions of reconnecting the Pre Cleaner vacuum system, only used these for a few short years then went back to Round under hood filters.
     
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    Hood to stack align good
    Hard nose on
    Radiator in and so far no leaks turbo does not scream but not black fogging either
    New alternator is charging where now await a Indian Summer spell to walk it out of shop and Wash it down.
    Will post a Youtube short vid shortly

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    Know is charging as gauge reads flat center off, Vid is up

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    Looking good! I agree with CO from yesterday...…….this project is winding down...…...you oughta pick up that H
    D6G loader offered on Craigslist & get back at it!! It never hurts to have a spare loader around...…...
     
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    Yes, you should pick it up then fix it up... then if (when) you don't like it send it my way :)
     
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  19. DMiller

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    Me no thinking so!!
     
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    Got wiring tied down, got last two instrument lines changed and replaced Fuel Pressure Gage with one off Donor, changed fuel filters like to NOT got the damn Secondary to vent off, fixed on floor panel mount and started sizing up the belly pan for repairs, has been caved in into contact with oil pan, That will not fly any further.

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