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Hercules IX3 engine

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DeWayne Jenks

12-06-1999 17:17:04

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Is there an application of the Hercules IX3-B engine in any of the older Allis Chalmers tractors, such as the B, C or WC? I'm looking for a parts source for this engine. Thanks for any help. DeWayne,

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12-08-1999 18:21:23

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 Re: Hercules IX3 engine in reply to DeWayne Jenks, 12-06-1999 17:17:04  
B.F.Avery used hurcules in all of their

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09-08-2000 07:34:10

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 Re: Re: Hercules IX3 engine in reply to g, 12-08-1999 18:21:23  
(1) PISTON AT .030

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Phil Auten

12-07-1999 04:07:51

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 Re: Hercules IX3 engine in reply to DeWayne Jenks, 12-06-1999 17:17:04  
I believe the only outside engine manufacturer used by A-C was Waukesha. I'm not aware of any Hercules engines in A-C's. Don't take that as gospel, but I{'ve not heard, seen or read about any Hercules engines in any of the A-C's from the 30's through the 50's. Hercules engines were used in Cockshutts and Co-Ops though and there's a site for them at the link below.


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Brian G.

12-07-1999 05:15:31

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 Re: Re: Hercules IX3 engine in reply to Phil Auten, 12-07-1999 04:07:51  
Some of the early "U" models had Continental engines, but like Phil, I don't remember any reference to the Hercules engine in A-Cs.

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Gary R.

12-08-1999 14:56:21

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 Re: Re: Re: Hercules IX3 engine in reply to Brian G., 12-07-1999 05:15:31  

Try Oliver cletracs hg series. they used Hercules engines. I also saw a hercules in a surplus gen set of 1944- vintage ex- uncle SAM . at a sale recently.

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Jim Blanchard

11-17-2000 09:54:15

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Hercules IX3 engine in reply to Gary R., 12-08-1999 14:56:21  
JUst saw the info I'm interested in getting info on the hercules engine used in that WWI surplus generator set as I have one.

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W R Pangburn

01-01-2002 20:22:53

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Hercules IX3 engine in reply to Jim Blanchard, 11-17-2000 09:54:15  
Bring those HERCULES units to Ohio for the 32nd Annual OHIO VALLEY ANTIQUE MACHINERY SHOW on August 8 thru 11, 2002 at GEORGETOWN, BROWN CO. , OHIO ... Show off those beauties and swap info, etc.

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