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waukesha diesel engine

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Rick Peters

07-02-2012 10:11:51




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Does anybody know what model of allis tractors the waukesha diesel motors were installed into?




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Dennis WEHS

07-14-2012 10:20:42




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 Re: waukesha diesel engine in reply to Rick Peters, 07-02-2012 10:11:51  
Waukesha did not supply diesel engines to AC.



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Diydave

07-05-2012 16:47:18




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 Re: waukesha diesel engine in reply to Rick Peters, 07-02-2012 10:11:51  
I think some of the AC roadgraders used a Waukesha diesel...



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Tramway Guy

07-05-2012 07:20:22




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 Re: waukesha diesel engine in reply to Rick Peters, 07-02-2012 10:11:51  
Some of the early Monarch crawlers used a Hesselman system diesel, that might have been part Waukesha....that's all I can think of. Model LO and KO



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chalmersbob(pa)

07-02-2012 19:17:09




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 Re: waukesha diesel engine in reply to Rick Peters, 07-02-2012 10:11:51  
The first models of WC tractors used a Waukesha
engine. It is also a very desirable tractor. There were only 29 built as compared to the Waukesha B of which 97 were built. Bob



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Paul Simmer

07-02-2012 12:03:24




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 Re: waukesha diesel engine in reply to Rick Peters, 07-02-2012 10:11:51  
Woops, that would be gas Waukesha not diesel. My mistake.



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Rick Peters

07-03-2012 06:25:55




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 Re: waukesha diesel engine in reply to Paul Simmer, 07-02-2012 12:03:24  
thanks for your help



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Paul Simmer

07-02-2012 12:02:35




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 Re: waukesha diesel engine in reply to Rick Peters, 07-02-2012 10:11:51  
I was curious so I googled that. There are references to the first 97 tractors in 1938 used Waukesha engines. Other references to them being used in the early model B's. This was news to me as I had never heard of it.



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Bob Bancroft

07-02-2012 13:51:02




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 Re: waukesha diesel engine in reply to Paul Simmer, 07-02-2012 12:02:35  
Indeed. The "Waukesha" B's are very rare, and I have a neighbor who has one. That is the only Waukesha in an AC that I know of.



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Dalex

07-02-2012 11:07:35




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 Re: waukesha diesel engine in reply to Rick Peters, 07-02-2012 10:11:51  
I believe Oliver was a big user of Waukesha engines



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Tom from IL

07-02-2012 10:36:36




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 Re: waukesha diesel engine in reply to Rick Peters, 07-02-2012 10:11:51  
We"ve had several Allis tractors over the last 40 years. I"m not aware of any that used a Waukesha diesel.



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steve(ill)

07-03-2012 19:06:08




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 Re: waukesha diesel engine in reply to Tom from IL, 07-02-2012 10:36:36  
Im with TOm, the Wak engine was common in tractors in the lage 1930s, but i only know of gas motors. Didnt know they made a diesel.



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