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D 19 Information

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Robert Grosfield

07-09-2000 04:53:48

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I have recently purchased a D 19 gas and have been trying to find information on it, such as HP, years produced, problems, good things about them, and pictures. I find a lot of every other allis "D" series tractors except the 19 - why?

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Brandon Peters

07-10-2000 16:34:59

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 Re: D 19 Information in reply to Robert Grosfield, 07-09-2000 04:53:48  
Brian is right. The gas tractor does burn alot of gas. We used ours for cutting hay this week. No real problems other than that. If you want to put a loader on it, you might want to find a different tractor. D-19's weren't meant to have loaders on them. The hydraulics are slow. We have a loader on ours but use our other loader tractor most of the time. They make a pump that mounts on the front of the tractor that is supposed to make them faster. They also made a PTO pump, but it made the problem worse. The hydraulics are fine for raising implements, just not good for loaders. The D-19 is a great tractor and I hope you enjoy using yours. Good Luck, Brandon Peters

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Brian Ahart

07-09-2000 13:12:07

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 Re: D 19 Information in reply to Robert Grosfield, 07-09-2000 04:53:48  
Robert, the D19 was produced from 1961 to 1964 and was rated at 71 PTO hp (gas) and 67 PTO hp (diesel). The D19 is a good tractor, except that the gas version will use its weight in fuel (plus some)! We have a 1964 D19 turbo diesel that was used this week in mowing hay (7' Vicon disc mower). Relatively easy on fuel. Inspect the diesel models closely before buying, as some were known to have engine problems (cracked heads, headgasket). In central Missouri, a D19 will range from $2000 for a fair gas model, to over $4000 for a late diesel model with 3-pt hitch. Overall, they're alot of tractor for their price.

If you're new to A-C or want more information on the D19, I would recommend Norm Swinford's book "Allis-Chalmers Farm Equipment 1914-1985" and C.H. Wendel's book "The Allis-Chalmers Story".

Enjoy your D19!

Good luck,

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