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D14 Update

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Jim Edmonds jr

08-06-2009 17:01:12

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After Reading in Terry Dean's Allis Chalmers and Crawlers Page 72 & 73, I have Found that the D14 came in 3 Versions, Standard/common, Hi clearance, and Grove/Orchard. The Hi clearance add States that it has 25 inches of Crop Clearnce, and Stands 4 1/2 inches taller than the Common Model with Only 6 Units Built. Common D14 56 inches tall, My D14 is 60 1/2- 61 inches tall, with Clearance under front axle at 25 1/2 inches, Axle Spindles Measure 20 inches top to Bottom.

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08-06-2009 19:02:08

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 Re: D14 Update in reply to Jim Edmonds jr, 08-06-2009 17:01:12  
show a photo of the whole tractor, including rear tire size, front axle design, etc.

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Jim Edmonds jr

08-06-2009 17:28:52

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 Re: D14 Update in reply to Jim Edmonds jr, 08-06-2009 17:01:12  
Thanks Tom, I've been Wondering what They measured on the Common D14. Although I have no Proof that this is a Hi clearance D14, I Find that everything pretty well matches up.The one thing that I find out of pocket is the Rear Rims, I just Wonder if the Original Rims rusted/rotted out and where Replaced with what was Handy? Gotta Remember this Ol Girl was Living about 3 miles From the Briny Deep in South Mississippi.

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Tom Ia

08-06-2009 17:15:18

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 Re: D14 Update in reply to Jim Edmonds jr, 08-06-2009 17:01:12  
I just measured my common D 14 spindles and they are 15 inches top to bottom.

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