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GWKauffman

06-06-2008 21:31:35




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I bought a 1947 "WD" Tractor with four diget seirial # 6365. I was told it was a "WD45" how can I tell for sure??




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cadet trooper

06-07-2008 15:33:47




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Tractor in reply to GWKauffman, 06-06-2008 21:31:35  
Old you're right, the SN is located on the left brake differential housing and they didn't start making the WD45 until 1953 146607 so he doesn't have enough numbers.



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JMS/.MN

06-07-2008 08:28:00




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Tractor in reply to GWKauffman, 06-06-2008 21:31:35  
WD started in 1948 at SN 1000.



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old

06-07-2008 07:26:42




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Tractor in reply to GWKauffman, 06-06-2008 21:31:35  
Where did you get those numbers?? The serial number on a WD is on the rear end housing left side just under the brake cover. Theres a flat spot there that has the numbers on it. If you did get them from there you may have missed a few of the numbers. WD engine has a bolt on plate on the left side of the engine and a WD45 engine does not have that plate.

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Eldon (WA)

06-07-2008 10:47:48




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Tractor in reply to old, 06-07-2008 07:26:42  
When sitting on the tractor, the plate would be on the RH side of the engine.



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old

06-07-2008 10:51:53




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Tractor in reply to Eldon (WA), 06-07-2008 10:47:48  
Your correct I got my left and right mixed up again but thats part of being dyslexic LOL



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garytomaszewski

06-07-2008 15:20:15




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Tractor in reply to old, 06-07-2008 10:51:53  
If your dyslexic, what do you see in a bowl of alphabet soup???
Any dirty words?



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old

06-07-2008 18:11:07




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Tractor in reply to garytomaszewski, 06-07-2008 15:20:15  
Well for the most part its not really funny being this way but its also part of being left handed. But ALL left handed people are in the right minds and the people that are right handed are way out in left field



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Texas Denny

06-07-2008 05:54:37




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Tractor in reply to GWKauffman, 06-06-2008 21:31:35  
If it has a four digit serial number, it cannot be a WD-45. However, it could have been changed to be like a WD-45. For instance a WD-45 engine would make it a half breed WD-45 as it would still have the WD transmission and rear end.



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allisboy

06-07-2008 04:38:18




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Tractor in reply to GWKauffman, 06-06-2008 21:31:35  
one thing is the shifter on a wd it a stariat shaft and on a wd45 its a curved shaft



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Mike Dunica

06-07-2008 05:21:25




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Tractor in reply to allisboy, 06-07-2008 04:38:18  
some later WD"s had the curved shifter also.Check the column to the left under serial numbers



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