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Allis Chalmers crawler (loader back hoe)

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Dwight Kirkwood

03-28-2002 19:35:05




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I currently own an Allis Chalmers crawler and am trying to find out the year and model numbers.
Is there anyone who could tell me how and where to locate these?




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joe

10-10-2003 20:54:35




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 Re: Allis Chalmers crawler (loader back hoe) in reply to Dwight Kirkwood, 03-28-2002 19:35:05  
It could be a HD-3 I have one also, but do not know the year and information is hard to get so far. if you get lucky I would like to hear from you..



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bryan

05-06-2004 09:46:48




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 Re: Re: Allis Chalmers crawler (loader back hoe) in reply to joe, 10-10-2003 20:54:35  
my brother has just purchased a back hoe for his hd-7 crawler, i need to know how and where to hook the two hydraulic lines for the back hoe controls, any help, greatly appreciated



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Bill

04-02-2002 09:42:21




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 Re: Allis Chalmers crawler (loader back hoe) in reply to Dwight Kirkwood, 03-28-2002 19:35:05  
Without knowing a whole lot about the full line of Allis Chalmers, I can tell you where the numbers are on my 652/HD4. Tractor- On the very front under the radiator ( Where the radiator would normally be except on these machines the radiator is in front of the operators feet. Keeps the radiator safe from limb damage.) grill right behind the blade stamped into the frame. Engine- Behind the alternator on a plate on the block. Hope this helps....

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