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10-04-2016 13:48:03

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I got this unit at an estate auction back in June in middle Tennessee where there was a decent collection of Allis Chalmers stuff. To me (from my Google Searches) it looks similar to a Fertilizer Side Dresser for an Allis Chalmers G tractor, but it doesn't look exactly like the ones I've seen in pictures. Please chime in with any information you may have.
I apologize for the bad quality pictures. It was getting dark outside.

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10-05-2016 05:48:42

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 Re: What is it Allis fans? in reply to RTR, 10-04-2016 13:48:03  
Were these not usually 2-row units too like the planter? This one only seems to have 1 hopper. I need to find some online manuals for this stuff

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10-04-2016 22:46:18

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 Re: What is it Allis fans? in reply to RTR, 10-04-2016 13:48:03  
The tractor mounted side dressers and the ones on the planters of that era for AC were all basically the same design and parts are interchangeable.I don't see the sprocket on the side dresser
for the chain to drive it from the rear wheel of the G but at any rate the basic parts are the same.

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JD Seller

10-04-2016 17:26:57

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 Re: What is it Allis fans? in reply to RTR, 10-04-2016 13:48:03  
It is a side dresser attachment for your AC "Gs" that you bought. There is a sprocket in the rear wheel that turned the side dresser.

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10-04-2016 13:48:45

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 Re: What is it Allis fans? in reply to RTR, 10-04-2016 13:48:03  
One more picture.........
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D beatty

10-04-2016 14:43:38

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 Re: What is it Allis fans? in reply to RTR, 10-04-2016 13:48:45  
Looks like a side dresser that is used to put fertilizer on.

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