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how many of you have a Allis Chalmers D12

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TylerHelt13

02-11-2020 13:08:58




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Hello everyone my name is Tyler Helt. My Homeroom teacher,science teacher and Currently my MTSS teacher Mr.Marple has a Allis Chalmers D12. He also has a Allis Chalmers D14 and 175. How many of you have a Allis Chalmers D12 and when did you get it and how did you get it and what s your story of your Allis Chalmers D12. What model year is it and can you please post a picture of it.




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Wertz Construction

02-15-2020 15:19:48




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 Re: how many of you have a Allis Chalmers D12 in reply to TylerHelt13, 02-11-2020 13:08:58  
My first time posting but I have a d12 I bought about 15 years ago and then traded it in 2 years later on a 180. Found out who bought it and in January I contacted him ,he was ready to thin his collection so I bought it back. Now the grandboys have taken claim to it so it's here to stay.



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lfnel

02-16-2020 03:42:11




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 Re: how many of you have a Allis Chalmers D12 in reply to Wertz Construction, 02-15-2020 15:19:48  
That's a pretty little lady!



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J. Schwiebert

02-13-2020 10:07:42




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 Re: how many of you have a Allis Chalmers D12 in reply to TylerHelt13, 02-11-2020 13:08:58  
On another matter for D-10 & D-12 tractors, were they available with a factory 3 point or a Snap coupler hitch?



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nat

02-13-2020 19:27:55




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 Re: how many of you have a Allis Chalmers D12 in reply to J. Schwiebert, 02-13-2020 10:07:42  
No D-12, but I have a series 11 D-10 149 cu in 4 cyl with 4 speed transmission live 3 point hitch and independant power take off. Real good working tractor more power than it needs no more than it weighs



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Traditional Farmer

02-13-2020 11:44:08




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 Re: how many of you have a Allis Chalmers D12 in reply to J. Schwiebert, 02-13-2020 10:07:42  
As far as I can see the very first ones came with snap coupler,but a 3pt adapter could be bought from AC,the series II could be had with snap coupler or factory 3pt,also a live hydraulic set up with the pump on the engine.Then they went to LPTO with the pump on the rear of the tractor.All the series III tractors I have ever seen had factory 3pt with the pump on the rear,also some Series III had a high/low giving them 8 speeds forward.

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Ted in NE-OH

02-12-2020 19:38:52




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 Re: how many of you have a Allis Chalmers D12 in reply to TylerHelt13, 02-11-2020 13:08:58  
I have an I-400 which is an industrial version of the D-12



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Bill(Wis)

02-12-2020 13:43:39




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 Re: how many of you have a Allis Chalmers D12 in reply to TylerHelt13, 02-11-2020 13:08:58  
We had Allis Chalmers tractors while I was growing up on the farm but that was before the D12 came out and the D12 would have been too small for us. The D12 went from a 138 cu in displacement engine to a 149 cu in engine in 1961 which gave it about 5 more horsepower. If you want to check out the numbers on it google up TractorData.com and look at the Nebraska Tractor Test numbers. You will also find pictures of them. Google is your friend. (;>))

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Traditional Farmer

02-12-2020 04:21:52




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 Re: how many of you have a Allis Chalmers D12 in reply to TylerHelt13, 02-11-2020 13:08:58  
No answers yet not many D12 tractors around.I do have a D10 which is about the same tractor only in a narrow version so its a one row whereas the D12 is a 2 row.Both are good little
tractors capable of getting many jobs done.Bought my D10 in NC had been sitting for awhile got it up and running after some work.



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