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Implements for Allis Chalmers WD

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Mark Powell

03-10-2000 05:18:53

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I have an Allis Chalmers WD tractor with the original snap coupler and am looking for the following implements.

Field Cultivator
Front-end loader
scraper blade
post hole digger
fertilizer spreader

Did Allis Chalmers make any of these for the WD?

If so, do you know where I could get any of them and the approximate cost?


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trackloader 963

01-05-2003 17:55:05

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 Re: Implements for Allis Chalmers WD in reply to Mark Powell, 03-10-2000 05:18:53  
i have 2 wd,s and just bought a plow 3 bottom 14,s quick couple. i think a guy should stay with the original allis equip.there stuff is out there and it,s fun to look for

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Ron Weiler

06-01-2001 06:17:18

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 Re: Implements for Allis Chalmers WD in reply to Mark Powell, 03-10-2000 05:18:53  
i have an allis chalmers WD. i need a snap coupler post hole digger. can someone help me? thanks.

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Jim Warnke

03-10-2000 20:41:21

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 Re: Implements for Allis Chalmers WD in reply to Mark Powell, 03-10-2000 05:18:53  
You would probably be time and money ahead to install a 3-point hitch and drawbar on your WD. I was practically raised on one of these and I have never seen a snap-coupler post hole digger. In fact, most of these implements require a hitch type drawbar or 3-point hook. E-mail me and I can give you more information.

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03-16-2000 19:15:16

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 Re: Re: Implements for Allis Chalmers WD in reply to Jim Warnke, 03-10-2000 20:41:21  
Mark and Jim: I think the answer depends on if you're a serious collector or want somethign to work with on a daily basis. Three point is easy to work with,easy to find parts, and very common. That is the problem, it is so common. If you want a challenge, stick with the true snap coupler. It was a really good system, but it did not become the industry standard. That is what makes it worth collecting! I've got a plow and a wheeled disc. I'm saving up to buy a blade...they are still around but close to $500. They made a sickle mower, and I'm told a post hole digger, though haven't seen one. So, it depends if you want to work with it or play with it.

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Mark Powell

03-17-2000 01:49:33

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 Re: Re: Re: Implements for Allis Chalmers WD in reply to Rick, 03-16-2000 19:15:16  
I had never thought of it that way (availability of parts when the implement breaks down). I'm not necessarily a collector but rather want something to work with on a weekly basis. I'm am starting my own sheep farm here in Middle TN and will not be using the tractor on a regular basis. I do like the ease of attaching the implements with the snap coupler. My biggest problem is findind the implements.

Thanks for the reply.

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John C-IL

03-10-2000 19:24:03

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 Re: Implements for Allis Chalmers WD in reply to Mark Powell, 03-10-2000 05:18:53  
I have seen blade, plow, endloader, row-crop cultivator and plow. Can't say on the others. At this time I don't know of any but if you will e-mail address info I will keep an eye out as I do for same stuff myself. Also need to know where you are located. John

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03-13-2000 19:37:08

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 Re: Re: Implements for Allis Chalmers WD in reply to John C-IL, 03-10-2000 19:24:03  
A-C made all of the machines you spoke of and I would say to stick with AC equipment. It is getting somewhat harder to find but I just bought a 3-14 plow for $50 tonight. I know where there is a loader that will fit but don't know where you are. I am located in northeastern Iowa.

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03-16-2000 17:01:37

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 Re: Re: Re: Implements for Allis Chalmers WD in reply to Dan, 03-13-2000 19:37:08  

Is there a reason you would stick with old out dated equipment. Is it just for the sake of originality? Are the older implements better made and therefore last longer? I'm a rookie so these are legitimate questions. I was thinking of buying an older WD or WD45 type tractor and fitting it w/ a three point hitch so I could use equipment that is more readily available(and more easily repaired with parts that are readily available). Thank you for you comments.


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