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Re: 3ph for Allis Chalmers CA

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john in ny

04-16-2000 18:32:12

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I have a 53 CA I purchased a 3pt hitch kit from Norm in Burbon In. It works very well. Cost was 270.00 plus 40.00 shipping to NY. I don't think You could make one this nice cheaper than that.

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Rick Davis

06-12-2000 11:26:15

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 Re: Re: 3ph for Allis Chalmers CA in reply to john in ny, 04-16-2000 18:32:12  
I have a 56 CA, had a 3ph fabricated from a WD45 TO fit the 2ph. Had it done in chicapee, MA. Works great. $200.00.

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04-24-2000 19:40:37

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 Re: Re: 3ph for Allis Chalmers CA in reply to john in ny, 04-16-2000 18:32:12  
For John in NY, John can you give the address, telephone number or the e-mail address of Norm in Burbon, In. that sells 3PH's for Allis CA's. Thank You. Ted

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Matthew Ingraffia

05-14-2001 22:02:01

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 Re: Re: Re: 3ph for Allis Chalmers CA in reply to Ted , 04-24-2000 19:40:37  
I have a Allis Chamers D19 gas burner that has been sitting up for at least eight or more years. I would like to fix up and get going agin. Any info or photos will help. Thanks, Matthew

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Bob Bradford

08-17-2002 19:22:06

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: 3ph for Allis Chalmers CA in reply to Matthew Ingraffia, 05-14-2001 22:02:01  
I just bought a 1952 or 1954 Allis Chamers CA.I Would appreciate any info on it,such as where can I find original paint color, and links to find parts. Pictures would be appreciated.

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04-17-2000 21:39:04

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 Re: Re: 3ph for Allis Chalmers CA in reply to john in ny, 04-16-2000 18:32:12  
Wow, $270 is a bargain. I made mine by attaching a weldment to the draw bar which supports the pins for the lower arms and anti-sway arms. For the top link I welded a bracket to the lift arm bar. I used Ford 8N lower arms and adjustable lift rods. I spent a lot of time designing and fabricating, it maintains the function of the draft control and it only requires 2 pins to be pulled to restore it back to a snap coupler. It is doable to make one, but trust me $270 sounds like a bargain. Might want to check out John's source before you attempt to build one. I spent around $150.

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