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Allis Chalmers Identificaton...Help!

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Adam

06-07-2002 19:43:35




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I just purchased a small Allis Chalmers crawler loader with a 4 cyl. gas engine with the shuttle shift. The machine runs and operates very well but I have no idea what model and year the machine is. I think it is a mid to late 60's model. I wouold like to buy the shop manual for this machine, could someone please help me with identifying this machine and locating the correct manual. I tried to include picture, but could not get it to load properly. If you email me, I would be more than happy to email you a picture of the crawler loader. Thanks very much! -Adam in upstate NY

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cdmn

06-09-2002 21:47:50




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 Re: Allis Chalmers Identificaton...Help! in reply to Adam, 06-07-2002 19:43:35  
It's either an H3 or an H4. If the radiator is behind the engine, it is an H4. Have your local bookdealer get you a copy of "Allis Chalmers Construction Machinery & Industrial Equipment" by Norm Swinford.



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