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don sabers

08-15-2002 14:29:36

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would like to know the correct paint color for the grill screen on a D-10 Alis and the radiator core, thanks to anyone who can help. Don

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08-16-2002 11:54:15

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 Re: paint color in reply to don sabers, 08-15-2002 14:29:36  
Depends on when it was made. The cream grills and wheels along with the more red #2 persian orange were first used on the D-15 in mid to late 1960 and the other D series tractors soon followed. If your D-10 was made before that should have a black grill, orange wheels and be the ealier #1 color. I am not sure of the serial number of the change on the D-10 but it should be mid-1960 to 1961. Any 1962 or later D-10 would have the cream grill and wheels and #2 orange. Given the serial number, Lyle Wacker or Norm Stienman would be able to tell how to paint your tractor if it falls into the years I am not sure about. Their web sites and phone numbers have been listed quite a few times here, a search will get them for you

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Blll Hires

08-16-2002 04:58:37

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 Re: paint color in reply to don sabers, 08-15-2002 14:29:36  
Yes, the grill is cream, sorry, my goof! Dupont gives code # 29049 D, or YS385(935926) Martin Senour 13799.

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08-15-2002 18:10:04

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 Re: paint color in reply to don sabers, 08-15-2002 14:29:36  
i think the later D series had cream colored grill just like the front wheels. the first D14 and D17 would have been orange like the tractor, but the D10,12,15 and later were cream.

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Bill Hires

08-15-2002 15:35:43

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 Re: paint color in reply to don sabers, 08-15-2002 14:29:36  
Dupont code for D10is # 2 Persian Orange 29047D (921090) (Ditzler 60856) No code numbers for radiator cores, I paint them flat black, or leave them natural if they are in good condition. They give this phone # for information about Allis Chalmers paint colors. 816-836-0500

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