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#1 massey driver ONLINE  

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Posted November 10, 2010 - 08:23 AM

I started looking at the Allis with the K361 motor in it and have discovered that it's missing some of the linkage's that run to the carb.The piece that holds the throttle and choke cable are there[that mounts to the flywheel shroud]but the other ones that mount to there are missing.The one that goes up to the choke on the carb and the one that holds the spring that goes to the govenor.I'am not sure if they shaped like a L with holes in them or what..Anyone have extra ones laying around.Or could someone maybe copy them onto a piece of paper and make me a pattern so I could make some out of some flat iron.Thanks for any help and info.Larry

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Posted November 10, 2010 - 06:13 PM

I don't think I need to worry about those linkages now.I don't think I'll be doing a rebuild on this motor.I pulled the head off today and pulled the piston out[without having to take the oil pan off] the cylinder is scored [probably can be rebored] looked at the crank and it's done[I've never seen a crank that badly scored] it's got chunks missing.Also this is what the con rod looks like.It must have gotten awfully hot to actually melt the con rod.The timing gear on the crank has a blueish /yellow tinge to it as well.I'll have to start looking for some kinda replacement motor now as this one is done. Larry

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Posted November 10, 2010 - 06:25 PM

Sorry to hear this Larry. That rod is NASTY!

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Posted November 10, 2010 - 07:05 PM

Sorry to hear this Larry. That rod is NASTY!


:ditto: I'm sure there are some usable parts on it for other stuff.

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Posted November 10, 2010 - 07:49 PM

Sorry to hear this Larry. That rod is NASTY!


Never seen a rod in that bad of shape before!

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Posted November 14, 2010 - 12:07 AM

LARRY, man, hang onto all those parts, those big thumpers are going away in a hurry, what with steel prices/scrap prices being high. It won't take up a whole lot of space, and if you are messin with bigger machines, I bet you need parts off it sooner than you think, or someone will be looking for it.

regards george[no, not that george the other george]

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Posted November 14, 2010 - 12:12 AM

Wow that rod looks like a toasted marshmellow




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