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Oh God's of great Allis

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BillyinStoughton

08-26-2011 09:41:51




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One of my co-workers has this tractor sitting behind his house and asked me if I would like it for a project (all I have to do is haul it out). While I'll be the first to admit I am a diehard Red guy, I've got a fond spot in my heart for the ones from Milwaukee.

I believe it to be a WD-45, but thought I would get some expert opinions on the situation.

Thanks boys!

I'll throw in one red one just to keep you's guys honest!

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ShepFL

08-28-2011 11:43:56




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 Re: Oh God's of great Allis in reply to BillyinStoughton, 08-26-2011 09:41:51  
Very nice!
I am prone to Olivers but I have more Orange in the fleet than Ollie :)

Nice looking rig!



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BushogPapa

08-27-2011 10:53:55




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 Re: Oh God's of great Allis in reply to BillyinStoughton, 08-26-2011 09:41:51  
Very nice condition..!!

Even has a belt pulley on it..

Looks like the lights may not be very effective..!!

Only a "Nelson" muffler sounds "right" on them...!

It will help you build your arms up, if you put much weight in the bucket..!!!

Ron.. Ron.



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Will Herring

08-26-2011 19:20:16




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 Re: Oh God's of great Allis in reply to BillyinStoughton, 08-26-2011 09:41:51  
Hmmm... Looks like a WD-45 to me (I have a curved shift WD, and this seems a bit... different).



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Jerry Coulter

08-26-2011 15:38:56




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 Re: Oh God's of great Allis in reply to BillyinStoughton, 08-26-2011 09:41:51  
The curved gear shift, battery ignition and fat air cleaner pipe all indicate WD45.



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oldironman

08-26-2011 12:39:46




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 Re: Oh God's of great Allis in reply to BillyinStoughton, 08-26-2011 09:41:51  
I wish I had some friends like that.



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Lpgasonly

08-26-2011 10:31:50




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 Re: Oh God's of great Allis in reply to BillyinStoughton, 08-26-2011 09:41:51  
Hey, if your blood is too red to take home a free tractor no matter what the color, let me know. I will be on the way in just hours.
Gary



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BillyinStoughton

08-26-2011 10:44:02




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 Re: Oh God's of great Allis in reply to Lpgasonly, 08-26-2011 10:31:50  
I never said my blood was too red. I've spent some time on an Allis in the tobacco fields around here. I think I've got a spot in the shed all picked out for her. A good friend of mine wears the orange pretty proud. If I drag this thing home maybe I can finally get him off me Scottish arse!



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JMS/.MN

08-26-2011 10:03:11




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 Re: Oh God's of great Allis in reply to BillyinStoughton, 08-26-2011 09:41:51  
It has the curved shifter of the WD45, but go by the serial number- which is on the left rear vertical face of the differential. It will start with WD. If 146607 or above, it is a WD45. The curved shifter started on the WD in late 1952, at 127008. Loader looks to be a Paulson trip bucket model.



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