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Allis chalmers weight question

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02-20-2019 18:03:22

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What model of allis chalmers would these weights be off of, what would a fair price be for them, Thanks for any information.

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02-21-2019 12:13:15

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 Re: Allis chalmers weight question in reply to Moline_guy, 02-20-2019 18:03:22  

Thanks for all the information, I sold them to a local salvage yard.

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02-21-2019 07:53:18

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 Re: Allis chalmers weight question in reply to Moline_guy, 02-20-2019 18:03:22  
the biggest problem isnt buying therm, its shipping them, if you live a long distance , weight cost money, the good part, watching the delivery guy trying to deliver your weight packages, then showing him what he delivered lol , there's that old joke about a rural mail carrier during wwll who unknowingly delivered a whole jeep, one piece at a time,, the version i had was the delivery man fainted once he was shown the jeep all laid out in a barn ready to be assembled ,and told he brought everything on the floor! dont know if its true or not but that's what i was told, so that's the way im telling it to you lol

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02-21-2019 05:06:57

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 Re: Allis chalmers weight question in reply to Moline_guy, 02-20-2019 18:03:22  
Around a dollar a pound.

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02-20-2019 23:39:27

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 Re: Allis chalmers weight question in reply to Moline_guy, 02-20-2019 18:03:22  
Locally they go between $65.00 for the lighter ones and up to $100.00 each for the heavier ones. 25 years ago when uncle Frank had his salvage lot I could have bought them for scrap price. Always kicking myself, but didn't need them then.

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