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Hood & weight bracket

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Whiskey Bent

04-23-2018 20:28:52

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Getting loaded up for a swap meet and I have a few Allis parts I need help with. Have a Lt hood for a d-15 or d-17 I think. It’s 26 1/2” long. Also have a suitcase bracket my grandpa gave me, he thought it came off his 190xt or 200. It has 3 bolts to mount it to frame rails and has 6 square holes weights fit in. I just want to make sure I can tell people for sure what they fit. Thanks for the help!

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04-25-2018 21:16:07

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 Re: Hood & weight bracket in reply to Whiskey Bent, 04-23-2018 20:28:52  

I came up empty, a D14 hood is 36 1/4, D15 is 39 3/4 and I didn't even go to the barn and check out the 17 since it's way longer. The D10/12 hoods are 30 inches but they aren't split. I took a look in the parts manual and the stationaries don't appear to use split hoods. I'm interested in what it is, in fact, it sounds like the type of oddity I like to put on the shop wall.
One thing I don't have here at the moment, is a Parts manual for the larger stationary engine based on the D17. Maybe that's it?

The photo shows D14, D15, and though obscured D10 and 12 in the background.

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Whiskey Bent

04-25-2018 19:41:25

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 Re: Hood & weight bracket in reply to Whiskey Bent, 04-23-2018 20:28:52  
Its the hood that says “Allis Chalmers” on the side that is 26 1/2” long. It’s a 2 peice hood this is the right side.

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Traditional Farmer

04-25-2018 09:34:28

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 Re: Hood & weight bracket in reply to Whiskey Bent, 04-23-2018 20:28:52  
If someone is interested enough to buy it almost always they'll know what it fits.

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04-25-2018 08:37:12

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 Re: Hood & weight bracket in reply to Whiskey Bent, 04-23-2018 20:28:52  
Hood is much longer than that on a D15 or D17. If you mean the Radiator Shroud, a D14 shroud is 26 1/2 tall, D15 is ~28 tall. I have all so please clarify what part the the 26 1/2 applies to. Cant be the hood. I couldn't find anything else that the 26.5 could apply to.

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Whiskey Bent

04-24-2018 20:05:24

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 Re: Hood & weight bracket in reply to Whiskey Bent, 04-23-2018 20:28:52  
Thanks Eldon! That is it. Is the 200 the only tractor it fits? Does anybody have a d-17 or 15 they can measure the hood? Thank you.

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Eldon (WA)

04-23-2018 21:31:41

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 Re: Hood & weight bracket in reply to Whiskey Bent, 04-23-2018 20:28:52  
Sounds like a bracket for a 200

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