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gary belote

07-06-2002 10:40:23




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orange friends
was partners with my father inlaw several years ago on a small allis tractor but sold it when he
died. always been interested in another one and think that a d-14 is what i want but would like to
consider all the options. is there an archive where i can find pictures, descriptions, models
ect on the 35-45 hp range.
thanks
gary belote




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steve

07-06-2002 14:49:24




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 Re: allis info in reply to gary belote, 07-06-2002 10:40:23  
over at the left of this page is a heading called "Gallery", look at "tractor photos", then "Allis". search by model or look at every picture. What exactly do you want? If you want a tractor prior to 1960, you look for CA, or WD45. If you want a model from the 1960-70 era you are in the D series. All of theses are fine tractors, D14, D15, D17. They can be had with hydraulics and three point hitch if you look. Some have live hydraulics. All have pto. Be prepared to pay $2500- $4000 for a very nice tractor in this catagory. If you want a tractor built after 1970, it will probably be a foreign model imported by Allis, or AGCO. These will have numbers like 5000, 6000, 7000, series etc. If you just want something to play with, a D14 is a nice tractor. You might also want to consider an older model B or C if you dont realy need 35 HP and just want to run a small 5 ft mower, or blade. Go to the book store and buy a book on the history of Allis Chalmers to see more. Dont see a lot of stuff built after 1970 on this site.

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JMS/MN

07-07-2002 21:59:32




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 Re: Re: allis info in reply to steve, 07-06-2002 14:49:24  
All AC WD, WD45, CA, D-Series tractors since 1948,( ok- CA started in1950) have had live hydraulics and live pto. D series started in 1957 with the D14. D17 in 1958.



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JMS/MN

07-07-2002 21:57:05




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 Re: Re: allis info in reply to steve, 07-06-2002 14:49:24  
All AC WD, WD45, CA, D-Series tractors since 1948 have had live hydraulics and live pto. D series started in 1957 with the D14.



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