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DC parts availablity?

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08-20-2013 16:52:09




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I'm a JD guy but thinking about a DC Allis.
How hard is it to get parts? There are several who make replacement parts for old Deeres what about AC?
Where would one find a mag to replace a stolen one?




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Lonnie Smith

08-21-2013 04:07:35




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 Re: DC parts availablity? in reply to D-, 08-20-2013 16:52:09  
Parts for WC's are as common as they come but the tractors themselves don't hold much value. Ebay usually has anything you would need for a WC.



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D-

08-22-2013 10:24:44




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 Re: DC parts availablity? in reply to Lonnie Smith, 08-21-2013 04:07:35  
Thanks guys. I've decided to leave the WC alone.
For what I can get a running one for it doesn't make since to try to get one going that has had the mag stolen.
I might just stick to what I know.



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CTucker

08-23-2013 21:02:37




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 Re: DC parts availablity? in reply to D-, 08-22-2013 10:24:44  
So where is this WC, I have a few extra mags layin around :)



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David R Inman

08-21-2013 12:48:29




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 Re: DC parts availablity? in reply to Lonnie Smith, 08-21-2013 04:07:35  
I second ebay for the original parts.
Repo/repair this site and their competitors have most of what a guy could ever need to keep it running.



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Lonnie Smith

08-20-2013 17:12:13




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 Re: DC parts availablity? in reply to D-, 08-20-2013 16:52:09  
Never heard of a DC. Do you have a picture?



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D-

08-20-2013 17:00:08




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 Re: DC parts availablity? in reply to D-, 08-20-2013 16:52:09  
Also is this a worthwhile project or should I forget it?



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j hikemper

08-20-2013 17:30:13




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 Re: DC parts availablity? in reply to D-, 08-20-2013 17:00:08  
if its a dc,, mite ought to leave the fine allie folx alone and come on over to case ,,, but if its a wd ,, you are at the riteplACE ,, wd sit a little offset to give good view of the cultivatin row ,, a dc has a steerin arm off the left side with heavy wheels on the front setway on out there ,, that arm made it one of the easiest manual steering tractors of its era ...btw ,, wonder how the dearfolx would handle a guy that thinx he has a 880 j deere ?

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D-

08-20-2013 20:09:05




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 Re: DC parts availablity? in reply to j hikemper, 08-20-2013 17:30:13  
Oops! Sorry it's a WC!



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j hikemper

08-20-2013 20:37:31




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 Re: DC parts availablity? in reply to D-, 08-20-2013 20:09:05  
W C is a tuf OL Gal ..the allis folx here ought to welcome you .,..imho,, deer and baby fords are overpriced ,.. allis and case and the white family are the best bargains to invest at scrap price ,, the orange tractors have plenty parts .available .



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