Re: Allis ChalmersC Weight in reply to Jim Aldis, 02-19-2000 08:15:02
My spec book calls out 3200#. It must be incorrect. I can get the one I have in the 2500# class to pull. I do the best in the 3000# class. They have some 2700# classes that it does well in. I just looked up the CA and it lists it at 2835#. The 3200 might be a typo. 2200 would be more like it. Grandad will be more exact.
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