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Is this an Allis Chalmers?

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jfon101231

12-16-2015 11:25:27




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Hello - going to look at this tractor later this week. Seller has owned for 6-7 years but doesn't recall the specifics of what it is. He says its an Allis Chalmers, but after pouring over a bunch of pics via google and models on tractordata, I can't seem to find a match. Any of you experts have an idea, or at least if you say its not an AC then I'll have to widen my net...

Thanks, Jeff

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rogerdoger-plowboy

12-24-2015 05:44:14




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 Re: Is this an Allis Chalmers? in reply to jfon101231, 12-16-2015 11:25:27  
It looks like my 615 loader tractor. I don't have a backhoe on mine, just 3 pt. This is for Old, the 480,580, and 680 were Case models.
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jfon101231

12-21-2015 18:43:02




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 Re: Is this an Allis Chalmers? in reply to jfon101231, 12-16-2015 11:25:27  
That would be fantastic, thanks!

Where is best source to find them? Seems like info is very hard to find online for this unit (though I guess i'm still not sure if its i40, i400, i60 or i600?).



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Hlmillus

12-21-2015 18:28:28




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 Re: Is this an Allis Chalmers? in reply to jfon101231, 12-16-2015 11:25:27  
I have the manuals for the loader, backhoe and bare tractor as well as a complete repair manual for the tractor. I will look for weights.



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jfon101231

12-20-2015 19:22:03




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 Re: Is this an Allis Chalmers? in reply to jfon101231, 12-16-2015 11:25:27  
Which model do you think with more pics?
I also need to have an estimate of weight to get it hauled, thoughts?



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Hlmillus

12-20-2015 17:27:52




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 Re: Is this an Allis Chalmers? in reply to jfon101231, 12-16-2015 11:25:27  
I have a 615 AC unit that looks similar but I can't see if it is identical.



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Bob Bancroft

12-16-2015 14:32:26




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 Re: Is this an Allis Chalmers? in reply to jfon101231, 12-16-2015 11:25:27  
Looks like it could be an I400, I60, or I600. From the pictures I've got, those models had the similar hoe, with the lift cylinder hidden inside like that. I40 based on the D10 tractor. I60-600 based on the D15 tractor. I'm going to guess it's an I60, or 600.



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Bob Bancroft

12-16-2015 14:36:19




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 Re: Is this an Allis Chalmers? in reply to Bob Bancroft, 12-16-2015 14:32:26  
I see I messed up again! I40 and I400 are based on the D10 tractor, but my pictures show the I40 with a different style hoe. In the previous post, I meant to indicate the I400, not the I40.



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jfon101231

12-20-2015 07:25:40




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 Re: Is this an Allis Chalmers? in reply to Bob Bancroft, 12-16-2015 14:36:19  
Was able to look at it today. Seemed to run good (though I was pissed it was running before I got there) and work the way it should, or at least to the untrained eye. I won't be using it heavily, and felt it was worth every penny of the $3500 asking price, so left a deposit for it. I took some more pics, and uploaded them to photobucket:
http://s269.photobucket.com/user/jfon101231/embed/slideshow/Allis%20tractor

I didn't see a model # anywhere, except 1 serial # on engine and stupid me forgot to go back and snap a pic. Want to order up some owner manuals and would like an idea on weight.

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jfon101231

12-20-2015 07:26:33




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 Re: Is this an Allis Chalmers? in reply to jfon101231, 12-20-2015 07:25:40  
EDIT - I did at least have him turn off and restart and it seemed to do so without too much trouble though battery(ies) sounded slow/weak.



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Bob Bancroft

12-20-2015 14:07:00




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 Re: Is this an Allis Chalmers? in reply to jfon101231, 12-20-2015 07:26:33  
The tractor part would be my least concern, as parts should be available. The hoe I imagine is a different story.



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old

12-16-2015 12:53:34




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 Re: Is this an Allis Chalmers? in reply to jfon101231, 12-16-2015 11:25:27  
Picture is not good enough for me to be sure. AC made a good number of backhoe/loader tractor over the years like the 480, 580 and 680. There where also many models with in those like with the 580 there could be an B,C,D, etc



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