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Brad Smith

06-16-2002 14:44:54




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I have a Allis-Chamlers tractor that was my grandfather's. I was wondering what, if any, are the indentifying marks of the model and year on the tractor. I know that it is gasoline powered and that it has a crank starter. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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steve

06-16-2002 19:56:02




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 Re: Identification Questions in reply to Brad Smith, 06-16-2002 14:44:54  
if it has a C-channel frame around the motor and radiator front end, it is porbably a WC or WD. If there is no frame, just motor bolted to the torque tube and transmission, then it is porbably a B or a C, small tractor. The small tractors have 24 inch diameter rear rims, and the serial number is by the transmission shift lever. The larger tractors with the C-channel hae bigger rims, and the serial numbers are on the rear axle around the brake cover area. I can e-mail you a couple pictures to narrow it down. Do you have a tricycle front end or wide front? Is the gas tank a tear drop type (styled) or just an oval with flat ends (unstyled)?

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Brad Smith

06-17-2002 09:25:10




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 Re: Re: Identification Questions in reply to steve, 06-16-2002 19:56:02  
From them pictures you sent me I think it might be a Model B. I'll try to post some pictures of it this week. Thanks for the help.


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Jay C (MO)

06-16-2002 19:40:36




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 Re: Identification Questions in reply to Brad Smith, 06-16-2002 14:44:54  
Go to this web site and take a look at the Allis serial number pictures. I also gives a discribtion of what the serial numbers mean. Might be able to ID once you locate the serial munber.

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Tom

06-16-2002 17:00:55




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 Re: Identification Questions in reply to Brad Smith, 06-16-2002 14:44:54  
You need to describe it more.



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