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Question About Allis's?

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Harvard

08-20-2008 10:24:46




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Hello, I have grown up around Farmalls and IHs but Im considering switching to allis's. Dont know why, maybe its the orange. But, what would be good tractors to mow rake and bale hay with? We have a 7' and 9' haybine, and we use small square and small round balers. Can you guys make a suggestions? As seeing that I dont know the model numbers or horsepower so I dont know what tractors to look for.

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Harvard

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Harvard

08-21-2008 05:20:35




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 Re: Question About Allis's? in reply to Dana Breeden, 08-20-2008 10:24:46  
Thanks for the replys guys. Sorry I forgot the model numbers. Well for the haybine we usually use a Ford 3000 or an IH 424. For the raking duties are usually handeled by a Super C or a little Kubutoa(not my choice) And for the round baler we use a Farmall 706. But that 706 acts like the baler is just a toy. And for the square baler, usually what ever tractor is free...lol but it usually ends up with the Ford again. Im looking to try and get 3 tractors, one to mow with, one to rake with, and one to run the balers. And I was thinking that with the tractor that does the raking, I can attach a belly mower and mow the yard with it.
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This post was edited by Harvard at 05:50:06 08/21/08.

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cadet trooper

08-21-2008 16:08:54




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 Re: Question About Allis's? in reply to Harvard, 08-21-2008 05:20:35  
Well Harvard, unfortunately if you want true AC you will have to go back about 25 years because Deutz bought them out about 1983 they did however continue for about a year or two with the Orange color as Deutz Allis then switched to their Lime Green colors virtually trashed the Allis Chalmers name then trashed the Toyosha compact tractors 5015-5020-5030 which I have a 5020 in my garage restoring trying to find parts they also came out with a 5045 very nice about one year prior to the sellout then to the 5040 made in Romania sound tractor but crude then came Fiat which made the 5050 and most parts for the 6060-6070-6080 which I thought was a very nimble and fuel efficient tractor much like the 4010JD also trashed THEN the 8000 series tractor very nice cab very comfortable and smooth it had some problems but over time could be worked out. Then we jump to Agco Allis which makes tractors from the different parts of companies they have aqquired with orange paint. To shorten this up to get a true AC tractor and stay at or under the 706 I would say the 180 or 185 with the 301 6 cyl. diesel or the 265ci gas engine very sound and fuel efficient but is very popular and is collecting many hours and wear or the 170 or 175 with a 4cy Perkins diesel or the 226 D-17 226 gas as far as utility tractors you'll have to go back to the D series D10-thru D19 starting in 1959 through 1967 for most models. Midmount mowers raking hay hmmmm, that's interesting mower deck full raise height could be limiting. I'm doing this from memory so times and dates may vary (disclaimer). IMHO

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cadet trooper

08-20-2008 17:50:33




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 Re: Question About Allis's? in reply to Harvard, 08-20-2008 10:24:46  
Give us the IH number or letter you're used to newer, same, gas or diesel? we can match you up.



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alliswd45

08-20-2008 15:16:17




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 Re: Question About Allis's? in reply to Harvard, 08-20-2008 10:24:46  
how much hp do you want, cab, no cab, i would look at a 7000, 7010, 7020, with 301ci motors, ranging from 100hp-120hp, 7030, 7040, 7045, 7050, 7060, 7080, 426ci motors, 130hp-180hp, 8010, 301ci, bout 110hp, 8030, 8050, 8070, 426ci, 130hp-170hp



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