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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

AC HD4 dozer weight?

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jdemaris

08-07-2003 05:37:03
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Anyone know the weight of an Allis Chalmer HD4 dozer with 6 way blade and ROPS?




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thurlow

08-07-2003 13:29:24
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 Re: AC HD4 dozer weight? in reply to jdemaris, 08-07-2003 05:37:03  
My Dad had one of these things in the late 60s-- early 70s; found the old manual; shows 8800# for the tractor; don't know about the blade and ROPS.....



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H-3 Fan

08-07-2003 06:22:35
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 Re: AC HD4 dozer weight? in reply to jdemaris, 08-07-2003 05:37:03  
jd , for rough guessing Allis-Chalmers rated the crawlers H-3 was a 3 ton , H-4 was 4 ton and so on. Now that's just the tractor you have to add on for the type of blade or loader. And you would have to add on the ROPS. Again rough guess I would say your HD-4 is 8,000 lbs your blade probably 2,000 lbs (maybe more don't know the width or height)and your ROPS another 500 lbs. This is with out seeing it I'm sure you can make a better guess now. Have a good day sir

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