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Al Baker(pumpman)

02-04-2018 13:12:19




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I have an engine from a 200 allis in my D-19. If I had 20.8x38
tires, and the engine turning 2600 RPMs what road speed do you think I would get. Would this tractor be fast enough to work well on a poop spreader hauling 5-6 miles each way? Al




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DrAllis

02-04-2018 14:07:53




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 Re: more D-19 questions in reply to Al Baker(pumpman), 02-04-2018 13:12:19  
A 20.8 x 38 is 72 inches tall while an 18.4 x 34 is 65 inches tall. That takes 14.4 MPH @ 2000 RPM to 15.9 MPH just in tire diameter difference. Now, increase 2000 RPM to 2600 RPM and you'd have 22.08 MPH. This should be pretty close. It ain't a Farmall, but it's still pretty fast. How'd you get that 301 engine to fit beside the power steering ram ???



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Al Baker(pumpman)

02-04-2018 16:46:30




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 Re: more D-19 questions in reply to DrAllis, 02-04-2018 14:07:53  
What I did was built what I felt was the best of both worlds. The engine from a 190/200 Allis was one of, if not the best Allis ever built. The hand operated power director from the D series was bomb proof. So I installed the 2900 engine in the D-19 with very little work. I used the 190 axle with the steering cylinder and Charlynn steering motor. 190 live Hydraulic pump and 3pt. I did have to have a custom radiator built. Only big job was building a new front radiator support/front axle support. Tractor was my Granddad's and I grew up in the seat. Was a gas tractor and I never missed lunch using it. I had to head to the house at noon for more fuel. I bought the 19 from my uncle few years after Grandpa died. I couldnt find a good 262 diesel to bolt in so I started on the big swap. I would like to have a purpose for this tractor when I pull it out of the shop. Cutting or raking hay is the only jobs that I have for it. If I could haul poop with it in warm months she would have a important job to fill. Think I will have to hunt up a 7000 with power adjust rims and centers being parted out. Al

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