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Going to look at D-12

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Dave Westlund

11-20-2020 05:34:28




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I've never been around one of these.
All I know is the owner said one cylinder has antifreeze in it. What would be the most common issue given what little info I've given you? It does run and he said it doesn't have antifreeze in the oil.

Also I'm curious to know what one of these is worth in running in fair condition. From what I've read there were 3 updates of the years in production.

Thanks for any info and experiences you can provide!

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DrAllis

11-22-2020 10:33:11




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 Re: Going to look at D-12 in reply to Dave Westlund, 11-20-2020 05:34:28  
I hate seeing people with tractor/machinery trouble and enjoy trying to help get them up and going again. Sadly, more and more of us are getting old and the repair knowledge is dying with us.



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Dave Westlund

11-22-2020 09:09:47




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 Re: Going to look at D-12 in reply to Dave Westlund, 11-20-2020 05:34:28  
I read a lot of your responses on YT and I personally appreciate you and others sharing your knowledge!



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4wdtom

11-22-2020 10:43:46




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 Re: Going to look at D-12 in reply to Dave Westlund, 11-22-2020 09:09:47  
I'll second that.



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DrAllis

11-22-2020 09:02:35




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 Re: Going to look at D-12 in reply to Dave Westlund, 11-20-2020 05:34:28  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see Working for Allis-Chalmers, but not in the Factory.



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DrAllis

11-20-2020 15:23:28




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 Re: Going to look at D-12 in reply to Dave Westlund, 11-20-2020 05:34:28  
Probably a head gasket, but you need to determine what vintage this rig is, because there are two different engines used. A picture and better yet a serial number of the chassis and serial number of the engine are needed.



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Dave Westlund

11-21-2020 16:00:40




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 Re: Going to look at D-12 in reply to DrAllis, 11-20-2020 15:23:28  
Thanks Dr Allis.


Did you get your doctorate degree working at the factory?



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Dave Westlund

11-20-2020 14:33:33




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 Re: Going to look at D-12 in reply to Dave Westlund, 11-20-2020 05:34:28  
Thanks Old,

If it was a cracked head. What would you estimate a good used one would cost?



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old

11-20-2020 12:00:30




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 Re: Going to look at D-12 in reply to Dave Westlund, 11-20-2020 05:34:28  
Head gasket or cracked head or cracked sleeve any one of those could cause that



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