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Model D Grader

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Scott55 in MB

02-18-2012 06:00:56




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I have a Model D Allis Grader

The serial number stamped on block is U 3019-31

Another number on frame is 586-19

When I purchased years ago I was told it was a 1958
Anybody be able to help.
Thanks




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Pecos Allis

02-20-2012 12:14:47




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 Re: Model D Grader in reply to Scott55 in MB, 02-18-2012 06:00:56  
That snow fell Dec 29, 2006 out of Santa Fe, New Mexico, a month after my father passed away. He sent us some snow to check out the grader. He worked at Allis Chalmers in California and purchased a B long time ago. For a few years he kept saying he wanted a small AC motorgrader with Hydraulics. I Found this one 40 miles from our home and come to find out it built roads in the subdivision a mile from our house. The snows have not come very much since then (max about 18"). The next two days after the snow I was very busy clearing driveways and pulling vehicles out of the snow.

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DonBC

02-19-2012 11:47:23




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 Re: Model D Grader in reply to Scott55 in MB, 02-18-2012 06:00:56  
Scott, the plate with the serial is were it shows on Pecoallis's photo. I also have sheet showing the breakdown of serial numbers relative to year of manufacture. Mine is D5554 and is a 1959 model. It has the same G226 gas engine as the D17 farm tractor. Pecoallis they sure can push a lot of snow when they are chaned up. I have enough chains for all six wheels but we have not had enough snow in the last four years to even bother starting it up. Out here on the wet coast at sea level our moisture is usually rain unless it coincides with a cold front and then I can play in the snow with the grader.

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Scott55 in MB

02-25-2012 07:36:49




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 Re: Model D Grader in reply to DonBC, 02-19-2012 11:47:23  
Hello all
just picked up an engine with serial number 17-45470-M.This was in a Gleaner combine from what i can tell. It may have been an E
Anyone have any info on this serial number
I would like to intall in my Allis D grader



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Pecos Allis

02-26-2012 19:54:01




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 Re: Model D Grader in reply to Scott55 in MB, 02-25-2012 07:36:49  
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Well Scott, you"ve got some work on your hands. I purchased the one you see in the photo of the S# to place in my 1958 Model D Special. You will need to look very closely at the length of the crank, the front timing gear plate, the gov and the front pulley. They may all need to be swapped and or modified to fit into the same space. The Hydraulic pump needs 2 belts and the other shieve is for the alt/water pump. There is some work but I been told that the increase in horse power is worth the trouble. 45 engine is about 45HP and a D-17 is about 54Hp and heard the Gleaner E (D-17)engine is 63Hp dont know for sure but I hope it works on mine too. After I get my Old Orange working and it proves it self I will probably sell my Yellow Model D (no cab too cold to plow snow anymore)

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Scott55 in MB

03-07-2012 19:00:46




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 Re: Model D Grader in reply to Pecos Allis, 02-26-2012 19:54:01  
Thanks for info
Like to find a V nose as in flyer
I hope i have the 63 hp



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Scott55 in MB

02-23-2012 18:27:31




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 Re: Model D Grader in reply to DonBC, 02-19-2012 11:47:23  
Looking for some engine info
I have located an engine fro a D 15 tractor
By all accounts it should work in WD45 and so it should fit in my D grader.
I anyone has some info that would be great



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Scott55 in MB

02-20-2012 06:14:37




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 Re: Model D Grader in reply to DonBC, 02-19-2012 11:47:23  
thanks DonBC
If you could send me the serils spec sheet or a link that would be great



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Pecos Allis

02-18-2012 08:15:43




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 Re: Model D Grader in reply to Scott55 in MB, 02-18-2012 06:00:56  
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Forgot to mention the Engine serial number is below the carb on a flat area starting with 45- _ _ _ _ or 17-_ _ _ _ You are kind of far but I do have a parts D possibly might have what you need.



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Scott55 in MB

02-19-2012 07:14:16




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 Re: Model D Grader in reply to Pecos Allis, 02-18-2012 08:15:43  
Thanks for the info Pecos Allis
There is some weldiing on my block that covers the number
I was hoping to find another way to age this old girl.

In process of giving engine some new life.
Use on regular basis in summer months.



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Pecos Allis

02-18-2012 08:05:44




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 Re: Model D Grader in reply to Scott55 in MB, 02-18-2012 06:00:56  
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Well on the right side of the cab area, on the frame, below the Hydraulic Tank there should be a plate riveted with a number D-_ _ _ _ _ _ Identifying the Serial Number. With that you can find out the Year it was mfg. Mine is D-5675 if it is Diesel it would be a DD model. On this forum the serial numbers for the allis chalmers Model D are not listed. I do have the listing but have to look for it. Somewhere in the pile. The photo attached is me plowing 32" of overnight snowfall with the Model D.
See that little black square in front of the tire? thats it.

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Ted J

02-18-2012 11:06:53




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 Re: Model D Grader in reply to Pecos Allis, 02-18-2012 08:05:44  
Pecos, WHERE do you live? We in Wisconsin don't have that kind of snow!



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