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soundguy

05-28-2013 10:42:23




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I'm not an allis guy.. but do own a nice lil G.

was coming home fromt he inlaws and saw 'WC' parked in the weeds for sale.

noticed there is a lever at each ? bull gear? drop box by the fenders.

not fmilir with these models.. or most ac in general.

any info?

value ideas? etc

thanks




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bjb in Tx from Ne

05-28-2013 11:18:44




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to soundguy, 05-28-2013 10:42:23  
The levers out of the bull gears housings are the hand brakes.



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soundguy

05-28-2013 14:26:30




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to bjb in Tx from Ne, 05-28-2013 11:18:44  
ahh, neat.

does it have foot brakes as well?

it was up in the weeds and I couldn't get to see all the tractor.



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old

05-28-2013 19:09:53




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to soundguy, 05-28-2013 14:26:30  
The models with hand brakes have just that. I have a WC parts tractor and also the W Speed Patrol. Same engine as on the WD but with out hyds



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soundguy

05-29-2013 05:13:36




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to old, 05-28-2013 19:09:53  
i say this had what looked like a flat plate on the right side of the engine. wd engine huh.. wow..



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old

05-29-2013 08:11:13




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to soundguy, 05-29-2013 05:13:36  
WC and WD engines are in fact the very same engine. Main difference is the fact one had hyds and the other did not and the WC had hand brakes and the WD had foot brakes.



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soundguy

05-29-2013 08:50:54




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to old, 05-29-2013 08:11:13  
interesting. i'm not up on my orange history. didn't know that.

thanks



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old

05-29-2013 08:59:38




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to soundguy, 05-29-2013 08:50:54  
Only reason I know much is I own to many tractors LOL. Have at least 4 that run and 2 or 3 others that are parts.



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Zachary Hoyt

05-28-2013 15:39:21




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to soundguy, 05-28-2013 14:26:30  
Generally only hand brakes. I have never seen a tractor equipped with both at the same time.
Zach



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soundguy

05-28-2013 15:44:56




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 05-28-2013 15:39:21  
thanks again for the info!



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Zachary Hoyt

05-28-2013 10:46:06




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to soundguy, 05-28-2013 10:42:23  
Levers sound like they could be hand brake levers, at a guess. Running and with good tires I would say up to $1000, not running and bad tires would be scrap price, in my opinion.
Zach



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soundguy

05-28-2013 10:59:35




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 05-28-2013 10:46:06  
they wnted 1800.. said it ran good.

i oticed it had an alt on it with a cracked housing and not hooked up. :)

thanks for the info on price. I figured it was way overpriced.



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bwillett

05-28-2013 16:43:07




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to soundguy, 05-28-2013 10:59:35  
Styled, or unstyled?



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soundguy

05-28-2013 17:13:43




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to bwillett, 05-28-2013 16:43:07  
can i assume styled / unstyled is the same as in JD terms? IE.. has nose sheet metal and fenders? etc.

if so.. yes. this had clamshell type fenders.. and some sort of nose grill..e tc.



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old

05-28-2013 19:15:38




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to soundguy, 05-28-2013 17:13:43  
third party image

third party image

2 pictures of a styled and unstyled W Speed patrol will make it so you see how the 2 are different Top styled bottom un

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soundguy

05-29-2013 05:12:48




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to old, 05-28-2013 19:15:38  
styled then. gas tank was tear dropped.. not oval with no shroud.



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old

05-29-2013 08:07:47




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to soundguy, 05-29-2013 05:12:48  
Figured that would help you know for sure which was which



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soundguy

05-29-2013 08:50:01




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to old, 05-29-2013 08:07:47  
yup!



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old

05-29-2013 10:19:14




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to soundguy, 05-29-2013 08:50:01  
By the way the top picture is of my W Speed Patrol and the bottom one is one I knew of that sold and the guy sold it to cheap. He sold it for $1500.



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soundguy

05-29-2013 10:30:34




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to old, 05-29-2013 10:19:14  
nice looking machines!

you grade with yours?



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old

05-29-2013 10:49:42




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to soundguy, 05-29-2013 10:30:34  
Ya I use it to keep my mile long drive way in good shape. You almost have to have extra arms to work it but since I have had it over 15 years now have pretty much figured out how to use it with only 2 arms.



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soundguy

05-29-2013 11:11:09




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to old, 05-29-2013 10:49:42  
i work for a road contractor and have seen some pretty nasty contraptions that are old that used 2 handwheels on each side to set tilt and whatnot of blades via chain.

scarry stuff.. :)



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old

05-29-2013 13:18:31




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to soundguy, 05-29-2013 11:11:09  
Back in around the late 90s I drove dump truck in this area and did a lot of road type stuff and saw a lot of crazy things go on. Worked one job where there was no place to turn around so you had to drive a mile one way to dump the load then back up that same mile to get another load



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soundguy

05-29-2013 17:56:17




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to old, 05-29-2013 13:18:31  
ugh.

my late uncle used to be an over the road box truck and semi driver.

he said he used to deliver to this place in new yourk that you had to back into a 2 block causeway between 2 buildings to unload. and it was right off a 2 lane street. YIKES!

i'da been fired the first day!



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old

05-29-2013 20:40:15




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 Re: info on a wc in reply to soundguy, 05-29-2013 17:56:17  
I have out run people driving into my drive way. Me going back ward and then got forwards but yet I can go fast then they do. Then at one point do what is called a HP turn around and slide the front of a car or truck side ways to a point that your going forwards and take off. But then I did do some stunt driving when I was a lot younger



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