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Gary Souza

02-19-2010 11:05:53




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I looked at the model C doesnt look the same has ours,ours has 4 inch frame rails but they dont run all the past the hood like some




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BDT in Minnesota

02-19-2010 19:15:17




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 Re: unknown AC in reply to Gary Souza, 02-19-2010 11:05:53  
Gary, first of all, what country are you in....There are foreign made "Allis" tractors that have never touched American soil....

How many gears forward on the transmission?
Tire size?
Hand or Foot brakes?
?


just asking for some answers??



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chalmersbob(pa)

02-19-2010 18:48:01




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 Re: unknown AC in reply to Gary Souza, 02-19-2010 11:05:53  
the D14 & D15 have side rails that don't run up past the radiator. Does it have 26" tires on it?
Bob



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old

02-19-2010 16:03:03




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 Re: unknown AC in reply to Gary Souza, 02-19-2010 11:05:53  
RC most likely a set up from the C/CA/ and B but a big step down for the WC/WD and pretty much looks like a WC with a small engine in it



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Sid

02-19-2010 14:32:58




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 Re: unknown AC in reply to Gary Souza, 02-19-2010 11:05:53  
Industrial B or IB comes to mind. I did not know they came with a single wheel.



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bjb in Tx from Ne

02-19-2010 11:17:55




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 Re: unknown AC in reply to Gary Souza, 02-19-2010 11:05:53  
For a positive ID your gonna have to figure out a way to post a picture.



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bjb in Tx from Ne

02-19-2010 11:19:53




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 Re: unknown AC in reply to bjb in Tx from Ne, 02-19-2010 11:17:55  
or find the serial number.



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