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Re: 1956 Alis Chalmers w/ single pole Cooper service rig

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David R Inman

08-22-2012 17:51:57

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Wery neat rig. To try to help answer your questions:
Unless I"m missing some thing, it is not a 1956, as is a D series tractor, and none where built before 1957, and then only the D14. So, What model?
Is the motor stuck?
What did you know to be wrong with it when parked?
To a collector, I would think it should be worth more than a standard D series, with deductions depending on the condition of the motor and the attachment.

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Jerry McKenzie

08-22-2012 18:23:14

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 Re: 1956 Alis Chalmers w/ single pole Cooper service rig in reply to David R Inman, 08-22-2012 17:51:57  
I used to have all the numbers writen down but I will have to do it again. It has been parked since 2000. When parked it ran. It also had a leaky radiator and power steering resavoir. we had to continually fill them. We used it to service wells. The manifold cracked and we were afraid the backfiring would set a well afire. Since, someone removed the magneto. The drum clutch was replaced about 1 year before parking. When I was calling around tring to find a manifold I was told it was a 56. Before I thought it was a 52 model.

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David R Inman

08-22-2012 17:52:43

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 Re: 1956 Alis Chalmers w/ single pole Cooper service rig in reply to David R Inman, 08-22-2012 17:51:57  
That should read "very neat rig" I cant type.

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