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Allis Chalmers D-15

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03-11-2000 09:27:39

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Hello I am looking at a D-15 to purchase. I am somewhat framilar with AC but could always use some expert insight. What is the weight and horsepower of these units? Also any week points I should look for ? I need a tractor to do ssome mowing and loader word (Manure hauling) hav a MF 135 now and thought this tractor would be a little larger and more powerful. Thanks for the help! Don

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03-11-2000 18:50:11

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 Re: Allis Chalmers D-15 in reply to Don, 03-11-2000 09:27:39  
You might look for a Series2. I have seen a number of those with factory 3point and front loaders. Also the 2 had a few more cubic inches than the earlier D15's. Don't trust decals though. Check the serial numbers and make sure it stays in 3rd gear under adverse conditions!

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03-12-2000 07:15:04

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 Re: Re: Allis Chalmers D-15 in reply to Charley, 03-11-2000 18:50:11  

Thanks for the reply. The one I have found is in central Ohio I believe it is a seris 1 no three point good straight tin painy OK but fadded badly ties appear to be the worst thing. I will double check the 3rd gear problem you mentioned, they are asking $2500 and I thought that was about a fair price.

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01-14-2001 07:58:53

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 Re: Re: Re: Allis Chalmers D-15 in reply to Don, 03-12-2000 07:15:04  
I have a d15 series two that falls out of second.I've removed the side cover and see that second and third is worn.My question is does the thrust washer ever just cause this or does the shaft nut ever come loose? What does these gears cost and or what can one expect?

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10-30-2004 06:37:02

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Allis Chalmers D-15 in reply to larry, 01-14-2001 07:58:53  
Good luck finding good used gears. I looked for a long time and found a used set put them in along with a new thrust washer and mine still jumps out of 2nd gear. I swapped emails with another guy a while ago and he suggested looking at the ball detent in the shifting forks. He said alot of the time you can get the detent hoels machined deeper and that will keep it from slipping out. I have not tried it so I do not know for sure.

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03-12-2000 16:03:56

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 Re: Re: Re: Allis Chalmers D-15 in reply to Don, 03-12-2000 07:15:04  
Hi Don,
I've had mine for a few years now (10) and I paid $1800. It is part Series 1 and II. Be sure to get yours as cheap as you can cause the parts are God-awful expensive. I'm sure you will be buying some parts too! At $2500 you could easily get into half the selling price on a 3rd gear job. Check the manifold too. They burn through. Tie rods are not real bad. I think there are some Ferguson interchanges there. If the valves are noisy the rocker arm shaft is probably worn beyond redemption. Pull the distributor cap and wiggle the shaft. If it is sloppy it won't hold timing. Rebuild is not cheap either. I've got a bit of cash in mine but I didn't overpay up front and that makes it somewhat OK. Feel free to email me off list if you think I can offer any other advice.

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