Posted by Ian Beale on December 14, 2012 at 12:28:50 from (18.104.22.168):
Our Allis 45 is rolling and has completed the fire breaks on our 20,000 acre ranch. At grader hire saved, it has about paid for itself already.
Not that it's rehab is completed as yet - there is the transmission that falls out of second gear and the lack of rear brakes. Something terrible happened there, as the LHS backing plate and shoes are missing and some of the attachment bolt holes in the bearing retainer are wrecked and the master cylinder is siezed up as well. And I haven't found a dead grader for spares around here.
Inspection of a neighbour's early Cat 12 suggests the brakes might be the same - same 10 bolt attachment with similar spacing and similar drum diameter. And he has a spare unit. If they will fit then Cat parts will be more easily gettable around here
Any information will be appreciated. (Also posted at Unofficial Allis)
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