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Allis 190 Deisel model

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Roger Gehring

07-20-2002 22:03:46




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Recently bought one. Don't have it yet. Can I purchase a top for it still? What size are the tires? It is a deisel so it should have 100 horses? How do I locate the serial # to determine the year for ordering parts? Did they come standard with lights? Are implements easy to find?

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JMS/MN

07-21-2002 10:02:43




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 Re: Allis 190 Deisel model in reply to Roger Gehring, 07-20-2002 22:03:46  
The 190 is 73 hp, the 190XT is 93 hp. The tires are probably 18.4-38, but I've seen some with 16.9, maybe some had 34 inch rims. Various options were available, and who knows what changes were made in intervening years. I believe the serial number is located on the left side of the torque tube, just rearward of the engine.



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JMS/MN

07-21-2002 10:57:17




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 Re: Re: Allis 190 Deisel model in reply to JMS/MN, 07-21-2002 10:02:43  
Time to correct myself- I looked in my files for an original sales brochure I picked up when these tractors were made. It has complete specs on standard and optional equipment. 190 was 75hp gas, 77hp diesel. 190XT was 93 diesel, 89 gas, 85 LP. All 6 cylinder engines, wts were 7106-7738 lbs. Wheels were standard 16.9-34, options were 13.6-38 or 18.4-34, 15.5-38, 23.1-30. Fuel capacity was 48 gal (52 on LP). Cabs were optional. They also came in hi-clearance, cane and rice tractor versions.

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