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Small Allis Hydraulic Road Grader

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B.C.

11-11-1999 06:39:06




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This is a little off the subject, but in the mid to late '50's Allis made an small road grader with hydraulic controls, which was pretty new back then. Anybody know what model this was, and were they any good? What would one go for today?




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bob laframboise

11-19-1999 15:09:06




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 Re: Small Allis Hydraulic Road Grader in reply to B.C., 11-11-1999 06:39:06  
i have one ...its a 1949 model d w/10blade and 750x20 tires and tandem wheels in the rear Been real happy w it and had it about 4 yrs. the selling dlr had installed a 240/300 ford 6 cyc eng so now i have more pwr than nec...matter of fact the frame was streched about 5 inches just to get it in the engine compartmnt...grader is located in trinidad colo where we have 35 acres of raw land bob in trinidad

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Lee Bradley

11-12-1999 09:59:48




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 Re: Small Allis Hydraulic Road Grader in reply to B.C., 11-11-1999 06:39:06  
AC built D and DD graders. Gas and diesel power, nice little grader. I think every paving outfit had one. I see them in the Trader On-line from time to time. Usually 5 to 10 K. You can try>Link

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Lee



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