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Re: For You Allis Experts

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03-14-2013 19:23:07

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No doubt it is a WD, not a WD45. SN is on the left rear vertical face of the differential....will start with WDxxxx. 146606 or under. It has a distributor, not a magneto. SN 136318 was the first WD with a distributor....if your SN is lower, ignition was switched. Comments about curved shifter are totally wrong- that is not the AC curved shifter....just a cobbled up thing. WD had the pin hitch, like this one has. Can be changed to a Snap-Coupler bell housing.

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03-15-2013 14:11:48

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 Re: For You Allis Experts in reply to JMS/.MN, 03-14-2013 19:23:07  
The distributor is a magneto replacement kit from Delco-Remy.
The bolted belt pulley hole cover was only used on very early WD's.
The manifold is a replacement styled like a WD-45.
The shift lever is just mangled for whatever reason.
WD...1948 or 1949 would be my guess.

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03-15-2013 04:10:03

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 Re: For You Allis Experts in reply to JMS/.MN, 03-14-2013 19:23:07  

Serial number could be in two places. Very early tractor will have number inside of green circle. Later ones as JMS said will be in red circled area. It is not uncommon to find an early featured tractor with no serial number as there were troubles in the rearends that required replacement of the entire housing and a lot of mechanics neglected to restamp them.

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03-15-2013 15:07:18

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 Re: For You Allis Experts in reply to Butch(OH), 03-15-2013 04:10:03  
I think it is really neat that you posted this pic with the circled areas. Proves the old adage about a pic being worth a thousand words! That issue comes up here so often. I remember how your green circled area is in the early Op manual.....SN 4004.

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