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1944 allis b screen assembly

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Fella121477

07-12-2018 10:43:41




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Im restoring a 1944 allis b,and am having a hard time locating part #207520 screen assembly and225668 clip.i attached a photo, they are #s 14&15 in the photo.any help would greatly be appreciated




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Barry Ayres

07-15-2018 14:27:26




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 Re: 1944 allis b screen assembly in reply to Fella121477, 07-12-2018 10:43:41  
not sure where you are but if in uk i'm sure i have some nos.



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YTSupport

07-13-2018 08:23:24




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 Re: 1944 allis b screen assembly in reply to Fella121477, 07-12-2018 10:43:41  
My 51 B did have that type of unit shown in 9 and 10, the engine came out of a stationary CR I believe. It was like a shipboard generator from Navy surplus. There is only one pan shown in the parts reference so I would guess they are interchangeable.

There are two on ebay right now for 38 and 43 bucks respectively. Just search "ebay allis chalmers b c oil pickup tube" in your search engine of choice.

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chaskaduo

07-13-2018 07:36:44




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 Re: 1944 allis b screen assembly in reply to Fella121477, 07-12-2018 10:43:41  
Would the other oil pickup tube and filter pictured on the same parts page you are looking at #9 & #10 work if you can find them, or are you looking to stay 100% original?

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Ralphwd45

07-13-2018 02:35:23




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 Re: 1944 allis b screen assembly in reply to Fella121477, 07-12-2018 10:43:41  
Fella! can you stuff the tube with course steel wool, and get the same effect? may be make a wire clip, to hold it in the tube?



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YTSupport

07-12-2018 19:02:44




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 Re: 1944 allis b screen assembly in reply to Fella121477, 07-12-2018 10:43:41  
Another thing you might try is putting a wanted ad in the classifieds (in the left hand menu at the top). Might call it an oil pickup tube assembly.



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YTSupport

07-12-2018 19:01:15




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 Re: 1944 allis b screen assembly in reply to Fella121477, 07-12-2018 10:43:41  
I doubt that would be serviced by AGCO any more, but it's worth a try. Should be pretty easy to get from a salvage yard. Try doing a search for Tractor Salvage Yards in the search engine of your choice. If I recall, there were some enormous ones in the mid-west. I'd go the salvage yard route first because of price.



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Fella121477

07-12-2018 13:45:11




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 Re: 1944 allis b screen assembly in reply to Fella121477, 07-12-2018 10:43:41  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see





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old

07-12-2018 12:00:40




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 Re: 1944 allis b screen assembly in reply to Fella121477, 07-12-2018 10:43:41  
No picture so not sure what your talking about.



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Ralphwd45

07-13-2018 02:16:55




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 Re: 1944 allis b screen assembly in reply to old, 07-12-2018 12:00:40  
Rich, from the picture, it seems he is looking for a tube shaped screen , which seems to be a part of the oil pump! I am not familure with the oil pumps on a small allis engine.



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