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Re: M65 Identification

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Check if the motor is ALLIS or FIAT.......... Built for several years, should be some parts still available.

info-----------y 1964, the model DD was being built with a box-type welded frame to replace the former tubular design. Then in 1971, both the D and DD graders were superseded by the Allis-
Chalmers M65 and, although retaining its 10-foot blade, weight and power increased to 10,915 pounds and 59 flywheel horsepower. Improvements over the former models included hydrostatic steering and new sheet metal. In January 1974, Allis-Chalmers and Fiat S.p.A. of Italy formed the Fiat-Allis joint venture. The M65 continued the success of its predecessors as the Fiat-Allis 65; and in 1979, as the 65-B, received a 68-flywheel-horsepower Fiat engine with powershift transmission and a weight boost to 13,315 pounds.

Noram Construction Equipment was formed in 1992 to market the Fiat-Allis 65B grader in North America. Three years later, it launched the redesigned articulated FiatAllis FG65C with New Holland 80-horsepower engine and torque proportioning rear axle drive. These machines were made in the Vermeer plant at Pella, Iowa, until 2001.

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