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Allis Chalmers Running Gear with Hoist / Lift deck

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Andrew Youngman

02-01-2008 00:06:30




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I purchased an Allis Chalmers running gear with a built in hoist (a dump for the deck). I am going to sell it. The top deck is shot. Looks like good beams and tires (floatation) It is 80" outside of tire to outside of tire. and 14' long tire to tire. It looks to be dual scissor.

What is a fair price hear in western, wi. I was offered 375$ which was lower than what I asked for.

I have only owned 1 other running gear, but haven't ever seen one myself with a hoist/hydrualics.

What the heck would someone want with a hydraulic deck? What would they (farmers of the past) do with a hydraulic running gear.

email for pic of underside. third party image

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Andrew Youngman

02-03-2008 11:45:10




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Running Gear with Hoist / Lift deck in reply to Andrew Youngman, 02-01-2008 00:06:30  
I want 600$ the way it is with a bad deck. Just to save some time for myself here. I would take trades for a haybine, Heavy 8' back blade, or ????

715-648-2061



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Joe Graunke

02-02-2008 17:04:12




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Running Gear with Hoist / Lift deck in reply to Andrew Youngman, 02-01-2008 00:06:30  
Hello Im over in Clayton wi call me at 715 790 2967 or email me at a_cjoe@hotmail.com I'm very intrested in it.
thanks Joe



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Wilson2

02-02-2008 14:24:37




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Running Gear with Hoist / Lift deck in reply to Andrew Youngman, 02-01-2008 00:06:30  
I have two and use them for everything from firewood to hauling manure to fields that are too far to be running the spreader back and forth. I even use one of them for my scrap iron from the shop, then back up to trailer and dump it when I get read to haul a load in. They are just another one of those valuable tools you don"t think about much until it is gone...



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Garry from SD

02-02-2008 06:17:57




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Running Gear with Hoist / Lift deck in reply to Andrew Youngman, 02-01-2008 00:06:30  
If you do plan on selling it, would you let me know. I've got a friend here very interested in an AC gear.



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andrew youngman

02-02-2008 13:33:34




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Running Gear with Hoist / Lift deck in reply to Garry from SD, 02-02-2008 06:17:57  
Always open to offers



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Jeff From WI.

02-03-2008 10:43:04




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Running Gear with Hoist / Lift deck in reply to andrew youngman, 02-02-2008 13:33:34  
Hi Andrew, Are you still selling her?
Please send me pics, I"m Interested in her. Thanks Jeff From WI.



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andrew youngman

02-01-2008 15:44:37




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Running Gear with Hoist / Lift deck in reply to Andrew Youngman, 02-01-2008 00:06:30  
I should probably just get it home, and try it out. Then I will probably put a treated deck on it.... Who knows I may be too nice.... It is a factory hoist from what I can tell. The brackets are welded to the running gear all covered with paint - no sign of upgrading IE: nice welds.

I will update when I know more.



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1755

02-01-2008 14:52:22




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Running Gear with Hoist / Lift deck in reply to Andrew Youngman, 02-01-2008 00:06:30  
I wached a AC and an Electric same thing with a hoist at a sail with a hoist and a flair box good shape bring 150 each that was a few years ago wached another one last year in por shape with a high lift hoist and it was a lighter gear bring 200 or 250 there was a good Oliver flair box with hoist brought 300 in MO I saw a nother good Oliver flat bed with sides and hoist bring 400 I bid up to 200 and did not get a David Bradly Gear was in good shape but flat bed was alitel roten and I went to another sail in MO and all those wagons brought between 150 and 500 only one had a hoist and it was not the 500 one all the rest were from sails in IL I ended up with a Electric that I saved from the scrap man for 50 it was compleet and pulled out from under the roted off bed it had a junk hoist and I found all the brackets had 3 tirs that would take air and the one spindel fros up and he bent up the tiy rod and it had had the pole pulled out and then fixed and it needs spindal bushings and some wheel bearings it will be fixed up with a steel bed and another hoist to hall fire wood out along the edge of the feld in lengths short enough to pick up and put on there take to the barn lot and dumped and cut for the fire place later

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Dick L

02-01-2008 12:23:33




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Running Gear with Hoist / Lift deck in reply to Andrew Youngman, 02-01-2008 00:06:30  
I have a John Deere hydraluic lift wagon. It has the door in the end gate. It was used to dump grain into an elevator to put the grain into grain bens and corn cribs. Ear corn went into cribs.

Man how things have changed.
I just use mine as a hay rack now. I took the sides off 10 / 12 years ago.



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Eldon (WA)

02-01-2008 07:20:43




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Running Gear with Hoist / Lift deck in reply to Andrew Youngman, 02-01-2008 00:06:30  
Andrew the wagon probably had sides on it at one time and was used to haul grain or sileage. This saved a lot of time and labor unloading.

Is the hoist an Allis brand? I have never seen one. There were two different sizes of cylinders available for hoists, the earlier AC tractors used a high pressure/low volume (small diameter) cylinder and would probably bring good money to an AC collector. If I were you I would put it on Ebay, you might be surprised what it will bring. Wish you were closer....

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Andrew Youngman

02-01-2008 05:04:48




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Running Gear with Hoist / Lift deck in reply to 180doug, 02-01-2008 00:06:30  

Garry Edmondson said: (quoted from post at 13:54:21 02/01/08) Where do you live? I am looking. thankx


Western, WI near the st.croix river.



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Garry Edmondson

02-01-2008 04:54:21




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Running Gear with Hoist / Lift deck in reply to Andrew Youngman, 02-01-2008 00:06:30  
Where do you live? I am looking. thankx



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