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WW II Allis WC

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Dominic Centonz

08-19-2002 10:22:42




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My uncle just bought a WW II WC. I notice that it does not have a serial number on the axle center. Other parts look a bit different too. Are WWII tractors made with slightly different parts from the other WC's? We would like to find out the year for it.




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Allis Puller

08-19-2002 16:46:27




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 Re: WW II Allis WC in reply to Dominic Centonze, 08-19-2002 10:22:42  
I believe that the WWII WC's had a square rear end instead of the traditional round.



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Tom

08-19-2002 17:30:24




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 Re: Re: WW II Allis WC in reply to Allis Puller, 08-19-2002 16:46:27  
And the rear end will be steel, not cast iron. I think the serial no. is stil on the rear end but I am not srue for steel rear ends, maybe someone else will know for sure where it is.



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