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Re: Allis Chalmers HD6 bulldozer

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07-29-2000 21:43:07

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check the eng (not locked up). most lickly the streering clutch will need tor down and cleaned
and readjusted ( thay are dry clutchs and will
rust up). If you are doing a complet restore this will not mater becose you will have it all tore down any way. just by it cheep !! ROBERT

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08-01-2000 18:57:13

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 Re: Re: Allis Chalmers HD6 bulldozer in reply to ROBERT, 07-29-2000 21:43:07  
Hi Robert,
Thanks for the tips.
What you you consider CHEAP on a unit like this.
Also, ballpark on the resto you described if possible. Are we talking $5k or $2K. Also, if a diesel is seized, can it be bored or honed like gas, or is it shot? Never tore down a diesel but I have a good friend that spent 22 years in the engine room on nuke sub for the USN, I think he would help if it is salvagable.
Thanks in advance.

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09-16-2005 09:05:21

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 Re: Re: Re: Allis Chalmers HD6 bulldozer in reply to craig, 08-01-2000 18:57:13  
I have been the owner of an "Allis Chalmers" HD6E Bulldozer since 1981 it is in good shape and was started and worked last winter when the weather was 3 below zero degrees--I have the books for same--it is a good tight machine that needs a good owner to preserve it.--I'm hoping you will get back with me soon and I can exchange further information with you requarding my machine.

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