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Re: allis chalmers wd-45

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02-11-2002 16:06:48

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Look down a couple of post same place on WD as a WD45

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02-11-2002 21:21:53

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 Re: Re: allis chalmers wd-45 in reply to Jamie, 02-11-2002 16:06:48  
Classic "Power House" of the early 1950's..!! I think you find it on the back, under the seat...above the differential cover... Enjoy it....!!!

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02-12-2002 16:36:33

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 Re: Re: Re: allis chalmers wd-45 in reply to Ron, 02-11-2002 21:21:53  
It is on the back side of the differential, on the left side, on the machined surface where the brackets for the lift arms are bolted on. Should start with 45 I think if it is a 45, or WD if it is a WD. Either way, a good tractor get it and do what it needs if anything. Good luck. Let us know how it goes.

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02-13-2002 11:07:54

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: allis chalmers wd-45 in reply to Tom, 02-12-2002 16:36:33  
Thr tractor serial number on a WD45 will begin with WD. There was no break or change in serial numbers when the switch was made from WD to WD45...they just kept on counting. Engine serial number which is found on the block near the carb will begine with "45" on a WD-45 and "W" on a WD.

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