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Allis Chalmer cotton picker that mounted on WD or WD-45

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Charles Pankey

03-03-2010 14:28:25




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We are looking for manuals for the allis cotton picker that was made to mount on a WD or _WD 45. If you have one of these pickers we would be like to try and buy it. But we do want a manual and will buy it or a copy of it. Thanks for any help that you can offer.




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usetob

03-05-2010 17:43:22




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 Re: Allis Chalmer cotton picker that mounted on WD or WD-45 in reply to Charles Pankey, 03-03-2010 14:28:25  
Been a long time but if memory serves me right they were made by a company "rusk" in Pine bluff Arkansas



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Kentb of SWMO

03-04-2010 12:42:37




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 Re: Allis Chalmer cotton picker that mounted on WD or WD-45 in reply to Charles Pankey, 03-03-2010 14:28:25  
A Allis collecter near me resently got a Allis cotton picker based on a D-17. I have been asking him if he has got his cotton seed bought yet. We are in SWMO. I do not think cotten would do very well here.

Kent



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Sid

03-05-2010 07:43:16




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 Re: Allis Chalmer cotton picker that mounted on WD or WD-45 in reply to Kentb of SWMO, 03-04-2010 12:42:37  
Coton has been grown in SW Mo not too many years ago. Pretty good looking crops. If I remember right it was the expense of getting it to market. Many years ago my Grandfather raised tobacco in SWMO, he had good crops. Getting it to market was the killer.



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mlpankey

03-03-2010 16:07:08




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 Re: Allis Chalmer cotton picker that mounted on WD or WD-45 in reply to Charles Pankey, 03-03-2010 14:28:25  
sorry charles i dont have the manual but i am interested in the last name you posted.



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Sid

03-03-2010 20:15:39




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 Re: Allis Chalmer cotton picker that mounted on WD or WD-45 in reply to mlpankey, 03-03-2010 16:07:08  
Are you guys related to Hankey?



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