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Re: '69 allis in great condition

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07-19-2002 15:29:51

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what is it a D21 or 190? does it have a cab? what condition are the rear tires? this will help the guys give you a better price.

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07-19-2002 21:21:08

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 Re: Re: '69 allis in great condition in reply to steve, 07-19-2002 15:29:51  
i'm not sure if it's a d21 or a 190, but the rear tires are in great condition. It has no cab. It is selling with a 10ft rhino.

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10-31-2002 06:31:28

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 Re: Re: Re: '69 allis in great condition in reply to adam powell, 07-19-2002 21:21:08  
Huge Rear tires on the D-21 SII is ONE OF THE SECRETS to coupling all that 3500 series engine power to the ground. Look at the WIDTH of the (rear) tires on ALL the successful tractor pullers and you will discover the WIDER the tire, the more
HP you can apply to the ground. I run 33 inch wide REAR tires on my D-21 SII (she pulls 185 PTO on my calibrated dyno). This setup allow me to pull 10-18s inch plows in heavy SOD ground. At full throttle, this particular D-21 WILL PULL the FRONT END off the ground and it will STAY OFF the
ground until I reduce FULL Throttle. This D-21 weighs 18,000 lbs (yes, I've ADDED alot of metal to the frame in critical "places". When I rebuilt the engine, I added 400+ to the engine; in order for the bottom end (Crank, c/rods) to stay together.

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07-20-2002 17:10:11

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 Re: Re: Re: '69 allis in great condition in reply to adam powell, 07-19-2002 21:21:08  
D21 was about 110 hp, 190 was 73, the 190XT was 93 hp. Check the serial number on the left side of the torque tube, just rearward of the engine, for the right model. D series starts with a 'D'.

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07-20-2002 14:06:52

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 Re: Re: Re: '69 allis in great condition in reply to adam powell, 07-19-2002 21:21:08  
adam, im not the guy ot talk to, hopefully someone else will give you a better answer, but i would not be suprised if it was $5500-$7000. depending on the model and what condition the engine is in. there were several series of each tractor. good size tractor. a lot depends on the part of the country and how bad someone wants it the day of the auction.

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07-23-2002 21:24:29

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: '69 allis in great condition in reply to steve, 07-20-2002 14:06:52  
The tractor is a D19 with turbo. The owner says it's been checked some years back at 79 hp, and recently was checked at 77 hp

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