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Allis Chalmers planter question

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CAW446

02-14-2021 19:02:28




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I recently purchased an allis chalmers 2 row planter for planting small food plots and dove fields. I was gonna try to order a manual off eBay but am unsure of the model of these planter units. Can anyone help me out? Also, what would you consider a fair price to be? Iím curious as to what kinda deal I got. Everything seems to be in good working condition and exceptionally solid for its age. Thanks in advance

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Traditional Farmer

02-18-2021 15:44:17




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 Re: Allis Chalmers planter question in reply to CAW446, 02-14-2021 19:02:28  
I sold one last year didn't look as good as that one but worked also a 2 row for $450.



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jm.

02-18-2021 14:56:52




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 Re: Allis Chalmers planter question in reply to CAW446, 02-14-2021 19:02:28  
Watch the upper knee bolt. They work loose and gouge the fiberglass hoppers. Clean and oil the little roller in the seed plate and you will love it.



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tomstractorsandtoys

02-16-2021 17:26:42




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 Re: Allis Chalmers planter question in reply to CAW446, 02-14-2021 19:02:28  
I think 72 or 74 units. But like Dr Allis says 70 series will be the book you need. If you need any different sprockets to change the population post back as I have a bunch. We used AC 600 and 333 planters for years before changing to Deere. Tom



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DrAllis

02-14-2021 20:33:31




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 Re: Allis Chalmers planter question in reply to CAW446, 02-14-2021 19:02:28  
70-series units. Those are later model because of the fiberglass hoppers. Older units were a round steel can. Manual is the same settings for both. Hope you got seed plates with them ??



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CAW446

02-15-2021 08:50:27




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 Re: Allis Chalmers planter question in reply to DrAllis, 02-14-2021 20:33:31  
Yes sir, it came with a set of corn plates.



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CAW446

02-14-2021 19:06:09




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