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Looking for info on an Allis D 17 Diesel High Row crop Tractor. My Brother in Texas has 1 and have find out what it is worth. He had a stroke and we have to sell it. Recent full engine overhaul, good average cond. If anyone knows anything call me at 320-766-4087 anytime or email me at email@example.com How rare is this tractor and maybe I should keep it?
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Two rear tires and spin out rims. 16.9x28 on there now. Help me out. I dont mind going with a different size but stay kind of close. Please contact me asap.
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