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What do I have??????

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02-21-1999 19:53:31

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I wonder if someone could give me some info. on a tractor I picked up today??It's an Allis chalmers tricycle 4cylinder.Numbers under the shifter are
200931 and U 10 R1.Numbers on rear axle housing are3635 7 N 9-28-49.Any info. would be greatly apprieciated Thank you..

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02-22-1999 18:31:34

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 Re: Re: what do I have?????? in reply to Will Powell, 02-22-1999 09:26:15  
The tractor I'm looking for info. on is a tricycle
style 4cyl. W/distributor foot brakes Battery box and crank,And had a pan seat I think.The numbers under shifter are 200 931 under that is U-19-R1.Numbers on back axle housing AM3835.Need to know as much as possible about it.Anything will help.Thank you.

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02-23-1999 16:53:29

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 Re: Re: Re: what do I have?????? in reply to RJD, 02-22-1999 18:31:34  
the 200931souns like a AC part number and the Am3835 sounds like a casting number. Was the seat in the back of the tractor offset to the right? Is there a number down from the left brake cover, on the smooth machined part of the cast? ( you may have to scrape some paint off) What size tires are on the back?? What is the number on the caburator??? Does it have a curved gear shift leaver??
Answer these questions, and I will let you know what you should be looking at.

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02-23-1999 19:30:01

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: what do I have?????? in reply to gerald, 02-23-1999 16:53:29  
Seat is just slightly to right.No #s below brake housing except AM 3634.Tires are two different sizes 13-26&13-28. shifter is straight.No #s on carb just Marvel Schebler.Thanks for lookin.

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Dave Fullmer (TN)

02-23-1999 22:33:45

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: what do I have?????? in reply to RJD, 02-23-1999 19:30:01  
I think you have a WD. The Serial number will be on the back side of the brake left brake housing. The numbers have probably been filled with paint. If the tractor needs paint and you are planning to paint it, you can scrape off the paint in that area to find out. The serial # is the only way you can pinpoint the year.

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Dave Fullmer (TN)

02-22-1999 22:15:35

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 Re: Re: Re: what do I have?????? in reply to RJD, 02-22-1999 18:31:34  
Where is the battery box located? Does the front wheel pedistal extend to the front of the radiator grill? Does it have hydraulics? Tell us a little more about the description and we will try to identify it for you.

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