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I need info on serial # HD5B2613

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Paul B.

04-30-2000 13:07:37

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I recently found this dozer in a farmer's field and need to replace a few parts. Does any one know what year this machine is and are there any other specific details this serial number can give me?

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William A. Klumper

04-30-2000 17:10:19

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 Re: I need info on serial # HD5B2613 in reply to Paul B., 04-30-2000 13:07:37  
It is an Allis Chalmers dozer built in 1948 some time, It has a detroit 271 engine in the machine. It was the most popular machine that Allis Chalmers ever built. It weighs about 12000 lbs, and had a pull weight of 10400.

It is a very capable machine, the engine is easily rebuildable and can be done by any detroit shop.

There are several guys I know of that have a wide variety of good used parts for this machine. They have been restoring them for years and so I help them sell off what they have left over that is good.

I have two Allis Chamlers HD9 and HD9X from this era. I really like the machines and they are fun to operater.

Easy machine to work on.

I would probably would trade my two HD9's for a 5 just because the size is just what I want.

Got any questions give me some email or what ever.

I also to Old IH TD9's



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Paul B.

04-30-2000 17:23:18

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 Re: Re: I need info on serial # HD5B2613 in reply to William A. Klumper, 04-30-2000 17:10:19  
W.K. Thanks for the info.

It has been sitting for a number of years; but the water was drained from the fuel system and the plugged air filter removed and it purs surprisingly well.

Thanks again Paul B.

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bill klumper

05-01-2000 08:29:33

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 Re: Re: Re: I need info on serial # HD5B2613 in reply to Paul B., 04-30-2000 17:23:18  
That has been my experience with them. I really like the detroit engines. The parts are cheap and easy to find.

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