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D15 Desel

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06-10-2008 14:11:49

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I have a guy wanting to trade me a D15 for my 1940 farmall H. The D15 smokes very little when cold and the fuel system has been rebiult. My old H has been restored. But I ned a work tractor now with a lift on the back.but nothing about Allis Chalmers D15"s I know Farmall from cover to cover Anything on the D15 I should look out for.

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06-17-2008 16:24:37

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 Re: D15 Desel in reply to tackhammertime, 06-10-2008 14:11:49  
The D-15 diesel was made for the same duration as the other D15's The series II upgrades apparently were mostly on the gas models, though. If you can, post a few pics, that's an interesting tractor.

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06-16-2008 15:51:10

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 Re: D15 Desel in reply to tackhammertime, 06-10-2008 14:11:49  
Dammit, I got to start reading the earliest posts first! Diesels are rare, I have to check my books, but I think all the diesels were series I. Don't sell it cheap!

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Jason in WY

06-14-2008 20:11:26

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 Re: D15 Desel in reply to tackhammertime, 06-10-2008 14:11:49  
They are in fact very rare

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06-14-2008 19:16:56

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 Re: D15 Desel in reply to tackhammertime, 06-10-2008 14:11:49  
Like any tractor, make sure it does not jump out of gear, pull or coast. D15's are good solid tractors. Diesels are not commonly found for sale.

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