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Lloyd Banks

07-20-2002 12:35:44

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I would like to know if you can put a starter on a 1936 Allis Chalmers. also I would like to know if anyone out there knows what this tractor might be worth value wise. It runs and looks good. Is hand crank, and has a brush hog with it. Please email if you know. Thank you. Lloyd

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07-23-2002 16:32:02

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 Re: Allis Chalmers in reply to Lloyd Banks, 07-20-2002 12:35:44  
I just helped my dad change the parts on his 1937 WC to make it electric start. You will need a flywheel, bellhousing, starter and the pull rod for the starter as well as a battery box and battery. This is quite a job and e-mail me if you have any questions as of how to go about it. I will be glad to help.


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07-20-2002 19:04:09

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 Re: Allis Chalmers in reply to Lloyd Banks, 07-20-2002 12:35:44  
Have a 37 converted to starter and 12v alternator.Has the permanent crank also. Like the starter much better than the crank. Mine isn't for sale at this time, but it would take more than $1000 to buy it if it were.

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07-20-2002 13:26:45

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 Re: Allis Chalmers in reply to Lloyd Banks, 07-20-2002 12:35:44  
You need to change the casting just to the rear of the engine to one from a later WC which had a starter. Also need a ring gear on the flywheel- don't know if you need to switch the flywheel itself. As to value- I recently bought a running '37 for $325, has car wheels in front, needs a rear rim, no fenders, pretty good tin, broken out hitch mounting bolts, wrong carb, wrong seat. When I'm done with repairs, tires, paint, fenders, etc. I'll have over $1000 in it. Gotta get it done in two weeks for the town parade.

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07-20-2002 17:13:48

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 Re: Re: Allis Chalmers in reply to JMS/MN, 07-20-2002 13:26:45  
First repair was replacing the burned out manifold- $125 for a used one with the kerosene option- straight pipe out the side.

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