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Allis chalmers model/ 3 point

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r. wilson

07-21-2002 17:47:31

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I recently purchased some property with an AC tractor in one of the barns. I am trying to ID the model/year. Can I use the serial # on the engine as the reference? If not any ideas where to look.
Also, are there 3 point conversion kits for early models?

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07-21-2002 18:56:56

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 Re: allis chalmers model/ 3 point in reply to r. wilson, 07-21-2002 17:47:31  
If it was built in the 1940-55 era it can be one of two classes. The bigger tractor is a WC or WD. This would have 28 inch rear tires and a C-channel frame around the engine side and wrap around the radiator. The serial number is on the rear axle i think by the left brake rod-cover area. If it is the smaller tractor it is a B or C. This has a round torque tube casting between the motor and transmission and no "box" frame. The serial number is by the transmission shift lever. These small tractors have 24 inch rear wheels. If it is newer and was built in the early 1960 it could be a D series. The serial number will be on the back left corner of the engine to flywheel housing flange on a flat boss. start with D10xxx or D12xxx- etc. If it is older than a WC and was built in the 1930, im not much help.

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07-22-2002 22:42:59

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 Re: Re: allis chalmers model/ 3 point in reply to steve, 07-21-2002 18:56:56  
The WC's built since the early 30s had the serial number in the same location as the later ones- on the differential of the tractor. WC had hand brakes, as did some others. Engine number is not a reliable indication of tractor model- use the serial number as stated in other posts- by brake cover, tranny shift lever, differential, torque tube, etc.

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