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Allis Chalmers Industrial 400 back hoe,

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Andy Blodgett

06-11-2017 08:39:14

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Hello Ladies and Gents

I have been looking for a left hand (drivers side) final drive assembly for my Allis Chalmers I 400 for about ten years, Have rebuilt it, reworked it, Welded er up and now its broken for the upteenth time. I think the D-10 or D 11(12 ) ? ran the same final drive, I am looking for the complete final drive, bull gear, stub drive shaft, the whole thing so I can just bolt it on, any help or direction for possible parts would be appreciated. Thanks, Andy .

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06-13-2017 22:42:58

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 Re: Allis Chalmers Industrial 400 back hoe, in reply to Andy Blodgett, 06-11-2017 08:39:14  
D10 & D12 are not easy to find for wrecking and the good ones are getting sought after and expensive. You could check with Tony Carbaugh in Oregon for used parts (easy to find if you type him in for a search), he's good to deal with. If he doesn't have anything he may point you in the right direction. Those seals on the swing are a pain when the machines get old and worn. I used to have an I 600 with the same design. On mine we had to make a retaining ring and tack on top to keep the seal from getting pushed up by internal oil pressure.

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