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What Is A Allis Chalmers DW Worth?

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Farmall M Beginner

02-14-2010 18:57:35




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I have found an Allis Chalmers DW in a near by town, it has no dents on the sheet mettle, it has the fenders, tool box, crank handle, 3 point hitch, double bottom plow and every thing looks like it's all original. It has no paint left on it, I don't know what year it is. The man who owns it wont's to sell it for what he has in it which is $1.000
he said it ran 2 years ago and if I wont it he'll get it cleaned up and try to get it running.

Is that a good price for the tractor?
I don't know if the 3 point is home built or not,
it is all hydraulic but he said when he plowed with it the plow was going to deep and it couldn't hold it up.

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Coyote

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gene

02-15-2010 16:39:14




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 Re: What is a WD Allis worth? in reply to Farmall M Beginner, 02-14-2010 18:57:35  
My opinion. Running, in work ready condition, $1000- would be top price. $800- would be in the center of the ball park. Non running =s parts tractor price.

Bad rear rims and rear tires - deal killer. They are capital E, Expensive.

Hydraulics - unknown - perhaps not adjusted properly. Could be expensive repair or not.



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Farmall M Beginner

02-15-2010 08:30:54




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 Re: What Is A Allis Chalmers DW Worth? in reply to Farmall M Beginner, 02-14-2010 18:57:35  
I was also wondering how a WD would do with a loader? I would like to use this tractor for a working tractor for plowing and for moving stuff with a loader. I also for got to ad earlier that it is a wide front.
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Coyote



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JD2ACWD

02-15-2010 16:57:22




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 Re: What Is A Allis Chalmers DW Worth? in reply to Farmall M Beginner, 02-15-2010 08:30:54  
I have a wd with a loader and I lift 1200 lb round bales,with no power steering,kinda hard to steer!you do have to use the hand clutch ,they are not true live hydraulics.



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JMS/.MN

02-15-2010 21:26:55




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 Re: What Is A Allis Chalmers DW Worth? in reply to JD2ACWD, 02-15-2010 16:57:22  
They have live, not INDEPENDENT hydraulics, same with the pto.



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DiyDave

02-15-2010 05:21:47




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 Re: What Is A Allis Chalmers DW Worth? in reply to Farmall M Beginner, 02-14-2010 18:57:35  
Wd's and Wd45's could have factory 3ph adapter, made by Allis Chalmers, see link, below. If not engineered for it an aftermarket kit csan cause the too deep problem. Also could be traction booster adjustment related. If He had it running, and there were no major leaks, squeeks, or knocks, and the motor wasn't missing or throwing a blue cloud of smoke, $1000, doesn't sound outrageous. Offer him $800, and see how firm he is. I have seen completely restored WD's not bring $800 at auction, before!

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Clay in MI

02-14-2010 20:57:08




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 Re: What Is A Allis Chalmers DW Worth? in reply to Farmall M Beginner, 02-14-2010 18:57:35  
I'd say thats too much for a non running WD, maybe if it had brand new tires and a wide front end. Also the hydraulics only lift the plow out of the ground at the end of the field. The adjustment of the plow sets the depth so that's not a hydraulic issue.



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old

02-14-2010 20:49:33




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 Re: What Is A Allis Chalmers DW Worth? in reply to Farmall M Beginner, 02-14-2010 18:57:35  
Well unless he gets it running that is way to much. But if it runs well that is a good price. One that does not run you never know if it has problems or not but one that runs you know but then it can be worth more if that makes since. As for 3 point it could well be home made I have made more then one or it could be after market. And then there is this. A WC, WD and WD45 look for the most part the same and unless you know what to look for you can buy one that is not what you think it is. By the way I have a WD with plow that runs for $1200 and a WD45 that has 3 point for $1300 and I have seen them sell at auction for as little as $500 running up to $2500

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Farmall M Beginner

02-14-2010 20:05:59




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 Re: What Is A Allis Chalmers DW Worth? in reply to Farmall M Beginner, 02-14-2010 18:57:35  
Oops, made a mistake, it's a WD not a DW.
Sorry,



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Farmall M Beginner

02-15-2010 07:29:25




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 Re: What Is A Allis Chalmers DW Worth? in reply to Farmall M Beginner, 02-14-2010 20:05:59  
Thanks every one for all the help,
I'll see how low he'll go,
Coyote



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