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D-19 or D-21 more popular

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Mike26342

03-09-2011 11:11:50




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When I think of Allis I first think of grandpa"s wd-45. But aside from that, is the D-19 or D-21 more popular and which model did they make more of? Thanks!




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Mike (WA)

03-10-2011 08:55:54




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 Re: D-19 or D-21 more popular in reply to Mike26342, 03-09-2011 11:11:50  
There were more of the D-19's produced, but these days, I think the D-21 is far more in demand. Popular with pullers, and just a flashier looking tractor.

Have talked to guys who grew up with D-19's, and many say they were kind of cumbersome- they liked the 17's better.



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ANON

03-10-2011 16:34:05




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 Re: D-19 or D-21 more popular in reply to Mike (WA), 03-10-2011 08:55:54  
I'm sorry, but I have used almost every AC tractor from WC up to 8050 and I still like the D19 better than the D17, so much more tractor. My uncle had a D19 gas and pulled 4-16's with no trouble.Pulled 4-14's with D17D and 3-16's with D17G. My favorites are the 190, 190XT and 200.



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John Harmon

03-09-2011 22:02:55




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 Re: D-19 or D-21 more popular in reply to Mike26342, 03-09-2011 11:11:50  
I had a series 1 D21 for a while before I sold out of farming and pulled a semi mount AC 5/16" plow with it,my neighbor had a D19 and pulled 4/14" with it. Both Tractors were diesel by the way.I could do a lot of work in the time I had away from a dairy herd and the assciated chores which needed to be done with the D21. I bought it and the 5/16" plow as used from a dealer so it"s former life was pretty much hearsay.Lucky for me it worked out all right.

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Longmeadow farm

03-09-2011 11:42:26




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 Re: D-19 or D-21 more popular in reply to Mike26342, 03-09-2011 11:11:50  
The D19 was more popular from a numbers produced perspective. D19 - 10597 produced, built 1961 - 1964 est 2650 per year D21 - 3538 produced, built 1963 - 1969 est 505 per year

D19 - 66 -72 pto HP - depending on fuel
D21 - 103 - pto hp, serioes I
D21 - 128 - pto hp, series II



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mike26342

03-10-2011 06:14:27




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 Re: D-19 or D-21 more popular in reply to Longmeadow farm, 03-09-2011 11:42:26  
Thank you!



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