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allis chalmers 185 rear end

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Matthew McKinney

04-21-2013 20:30:30




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a allis chalmers 185 I found one I was going to go look at are they a pretty good tractor somebody told me one time that the rear ends of them go out easily I didn"t know if that was true or not are they a reliable tractor though or not.




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BigMarv1085

05-04-2013 19:25:50




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 Re: allis chalmers 185 rear end in reply to Matthew McKinney, 04-21-2013 20:30:30  
I have been around the 180, 185, 190 and 210. The 180 takes a little longer but if it has ever done alot of heavy pulling it is going to start jumping out of 3rd gear. We have had at least 15 190XT"s and I have only seen 2 of them not jump out of gear. They were the last year made, low, and low use. It cost thousands of dollars to fix



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hd6gtom

04-23-2013 15:36:55




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 Re: allis chalmers 185 rear end in reply to Matthew McKinney, 04-21-2013 20:30:30  
Matt I have been around all kinds, all makes and models of farm tractors. It is one of the most reliable farm tractor made. It did not have the rear end problems of the early 190's



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180doug

04-23-2013 01:54:21




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 Re: allis chalmers 185 rear end in reply to Matthew McKinney, 04-21-2013 20:30:30  
You can put all kinds of power thru the rear end, just dont get crazy weighting them down, 8500 lbs max! They will run forever



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Jim Phelps

04-22-2013 04:53:48




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 Re: allis chalmers 185 rear end in reply to Matthew McKinney, 04-21-2013 20:30:30  
I have had a 185 used to use in tobacco and ran 535 JD haybaler with it, never had any problems at all. If you use it for the tractor it is, I know a guy down the road turned his up and slapped duels on it to pull a 20' disc, he is still running that 185 but if the rear end was to go out that would be why, the engine is the same block as several larger HP models so you have the potential to crank them up for more than they were built for.

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