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My new 20-35 Picture

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Kirk in PA

09-03-2002 07:51:26

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Here is a picture of my AC 20-35 that was just delivered yesterday. Its serial number is 22835 and the engine number is 43809. From what I have been able to find, that makes it a 1928. Is this correct? Also, can anyone tell me a little bit about the engine? It has two heads. Are the head gaskets generally re-usable or can they be bought new? It is stuck, but looks pretty clean on the bottom end at least.

I will also need to find a complete steering system for the tractor from the steering wheel clear to the front axle since the current one is not anywhere original. The axle and hubs have been cut and welded.

Sorry for all of the questions, but I am new to Allis-Chalmers and this tractor is 20 years older than any of my other ones. Canít wait to dig into it though. Thanks for all of your help.

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Kirk in PA

09-05-2002 05:58:28

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 Re: My new 20-35 Picture in reply to Kirk in PA, 09-03-2002 07:51:26  
Thanks all for the help. I look forward to more advice as I go through this restoration.

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Brian Ahart (MO)

09-04-2002 05:59:58

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 Re: My new 20-35 Picture in reply to Kirk in PA, 09-03-2002 07:51:26  
Kirk, congratulations on your new Allis purchase. The 20-35 is one variation of the Model E tractor (aka Model "E 20-35"). The last version was the E 25-40, the predecessor to the Model A. Your 20-35 appears to be very straight. One expert on the E and A tractors is Norm Meinert (815-865-5372). He can supply you with engine parts (if needed) and valuable expertise. Another good parts source is Larry Swenson (507-787-2338). Best of luck with your restoration.


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Ken Williams

09-05-2002 05:38:30

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 Re: Re: My new 20-35 Picture in reply to Brian Ahart (MO), 09-04-2002 05:59:58  
Brian, Thank you on my part, for the information, that you provided. I believe, that it was Norm Meinert, that I was thinking of, for the engine parts, I just couldn't remember his name.

Happy Tractoring, Ken

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Ken Williams

09-03-2002 14:03:49

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 Re: My new 20-35 Picture in reply to Kirk in PA, 09-03-2002 07:51:26  
Dear Kirk, Your tractor is a 1929 model. As for the head gaskets, if you are very careful, when you take the heads off, you may be able to reuse them, especially if you use one of the headgasket sealers, that are on the market. I know that there is a company that supplies some parts, for the 20-35, but I can't remember who they are, offhand. I live in western South Dakota, and I believe, that I have an extra steering sector, for the 20-35. But, I live a long way, away from you. If you're interested, please feel free to contact me.

Happy Tractoring, Ken

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