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Buyer and Seller Feedback - 1959-AllisChalmers D17diesel

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12-30-2009 17:41:10

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Hi there,we are overhauling our D17 diesel,can someone tell us where a good cheap place is to get rings and all gaskets?Thank you in advance

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01-03-2010 18:58:06

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 Re: 1959-AllisChalmers D17diesel in reply to FarmerGary, 12-30-2009 17:41:10  
Hey put your name,adress on here ,and where your from,and phon # maybe come pay you a visit you

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01-04-2010 10:37:28

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 Re: 1959-AllisChalmers D17diesel in reply to FarmerGary, 01-03-2010 18:58:06  
Give it a rest! Keep in mind that an email shows no emotion. Granted the reply was poking a little fun, but it may not have been read in the same way it was written. Wanting the guys name and phone number to go pay a visit is kinda stupid, when you think about it, isn"t it? I"m going to say it again, give it a rest. Bob

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01-01-2010 18:56:33

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 Re: 1959-AllisChalmers D17diesel in reply to FarmerGary, 12-30-2009 17:41:10  
You know i used to think this site helped people,but its full of MORRONS Like bradk,actualy he is a dicx

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01-01-2010 21:00:13

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 Re: 1959-AllisChalmers D17diesel in reply to FarmerGary, 01-01-2010 18:56:33  
The potty-mouth filter caught you didn't it????

Well now,aint it kinda funny that someone comes to a website like Yesterday's Tractor (which by the way, SELLS ENGINE KITS) and asks where to find an engine kit?? Ain't it like asking AOL where the best place is to get INTERNET??

I can excuse the mis-spelling of of "actually",but it's dang funny that ya can't even spell "MORON" right!!!

Wasn't trying to ruffle your feathers,just trying to make you aware that the parts you seek are right in front of you!(scroll up to top of page)

Makes you look silly,don't it?

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730d se

01-03-2010 10:29:44

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 Re: 1959-AllisChalmers D17diesel in reply to bradk, 01-01-2010 21:00:13  
I believe you are being a little hard on him for simply asking a question.
Many people on here, new and old, ask questions that to others could be answered easily.

There are many parts and items that can be had on here, but are also available elsewhere. Do you only buy all of your parts and stuff on this site? Heck, if we all knew everything like you appear to, the site would not even be needed.
There may come a time when you ask a question that has a very handy and obvious answer, what then?
No one on here knows it all, although you could be the only exception. Pardon me if you are.

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01-03-2010 17:57:51

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 Re: 1959-AllisChalmers D17diesel in reply to 730d se, 01-03-2010 10:29:44  
730d, I gave the guy a pretty simple answer in my first reply,wouldn't you agree? Like I said,I wasn't trying to ruffle his feathers.He (and you) totally took it the wrong way.

Too bad he was too sensitive or shallow or whatever and had to resort to name calling.As long as he DID resort to that,I felt I had to grill him a little.

Also,if I knew it all(LOL) I woudn't be spending my limited spare time on here.Learn something every day.

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01-05-2010 06:28:39

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 Re: 1959-AllisChalmers D17diesel in reply to bradk, 01-03-2010 17:57:51  

Here is what he reacted to, can you explain how it was not sarcastic and demeaning in everyway?

"Yes, Yesterday's tractor website.
Ever heard of it?"

The first sentence would have been all needed, but when you added, "Ever heard of it?", YOU started the riff.
He who attacks first should never be surprised or whine about getting attacked in return.

Let's lay it down and let it rest as suggested above.

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01-03-2010 23:27:53

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 Re: 1959-AllisChalmers D17diesel in reply to bradk, 01-03-2010 17:57:51  
How was he supposed to react to a sentence that anyone would take as sarcastic? You could have said what others have in the past; Why not look on this site. No, I wouldn't agree it was a simple answer. You opened the door to your own critism with the latter sentence. He might have over reacted a little but had you not tried to be smart, he wouldn't have had any reason to call you names. Dave

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01-01-2010 07:43:24

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 Re: 1959-AllisChalmers D17diesel in reply to FarmerGary, 12-30-2009 17:41:10  
Yes, Yesterday's tractor website.

Ever heard of it?

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welding man

12-31-2009 05:15:48

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 Re: 1959-AllisChalmers D17diesel in reply to FarmerGary, 12-30-2009 17:41:10  
You need to post your question on the Allis Chalmers Board, but my to cents is don't waste your time and money if you are not going to put sleeves and pistons in it. These engines need all the compresssion they can get due to the head design. I don't think you will gain much installing rings.I just did one and parts for these are not cheap.

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