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Stayer

02-24-2002 10:24:00




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Can anyone please help us?
My husband purchased a 1954 Allis-chalmers WD
and wants to know where the drain plugs are for the transmition, differentional, hydraulics and oil are?
He has drained some fluid out, and not sure which one it was now, and what to put back it.




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oscar

12-18-2002 16:26:17




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 Re: help needed in reply to Stayer, 02-24-2002 10:24:00  
what is the tractor stayer?



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JMS/MN

02-24-2002 17:03:46




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 Re: help needed in reply to Stayer, 02-24-2002 10:24:00  
All of this info is available in the tractor manual, along with pictures to find the plugs. A $20 manual is the best investment, next to the tractor you just bought. Check on this site for sources of manuals, or your local Allis, AGCO dealer. Manual also shows how to set the hydraulic pump for various modes of operation, along with maintenance recommendations, fluid capcities, oil grades according to local temps, etc.EVERYTHING you always wanted to know to keep a great tractor in top shape!

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Tom

02-25-2002 17:56:16




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 Re: Re: help needed in reply to JMS/MN, 02-24-2002 17:03:46  
the lowest price for a AC manual is from King's Books, PO Box 86 , Radnor, Ohio 43066-0086. No phone. A WD manual, (reprint of AC), is no. AC-16 and is $5.95, with$2 shipping.



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Tom

02-25-2002 17:58:33




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 Re: Re: Re: help needed in reply to Tom, 02-25-2002 17:56:16  
If it is a 45 the no. is AC-17



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cstayer

02-24-2002 17:14:43




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 Re: Re: help needed in reply to JMS/MN, 02-24-2002 17:03:46  
Thanks, looked at the list of manuals, which one is it? 1954 WD, Gas?



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JMS/MN

02-24-2002 19:45:47




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 Re: Re: Re: help needed in reply to cstayer, 02-24-2002 17:14:43  
Double-check the tractor serial number, located on the rear axle, rear side of the differential housing, and make sure of the year of manufacture. Serial number lists are available on this page, left column, so you can verify the age of the tractor. If you have a gas version of the WD45, that's the manual that you want (operator's manual). I&T or dealer service manuals are for info on teardown and repair, not maintenance. Good luck and enjoy the new (?) toy.

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