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Re: The Case of the unidentified Allis

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09-06-2002 19:08:14

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the serial number of the small tractors is by the shift lever. i dont think this is what you have. you probably need to look on the rear axle, either on top of the center pumpkin, or by the left brake cover. sounds like a WC- WD series.

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09-06-2002 19:37:40

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 Re: Re: The Case of the unidentified Allis in reply to steve, 09-06-2002 19:08:14  
Maybe Steve, but I think we ruled this out. The only casting numbers on the rear end are on the axle housings. I am sure these are part numbers.
Of the "Pitchers" you sent the most similar is the B. Perhaps this pump arrangement is an add on of the homemade variety. The axle housings were originally cast with a bracket top and bottom near the wheel but they have been torched. The wheels are definitely 26 inch. One tire is indeed 13.6. The other is a 14.9.

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09-07-2002 22:15:25

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 Re: Re: Re: The Case of the unidentified Allis in reply to info seeker, 09-06-2002 19:37:40  
26" tires were used on early WCs too

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09-07-2002 10:08:43

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: The Case of the unidentified Allis in reply to steve, 09-07-2002 05:39:57  
Don't feel bad about being stumped. I am here pooring over the tractor and can't make sense of it. I am sure if you could see it you would have it cold. Daughter has a soccer game today so will investigate further on my way "back to the ranch". Don't think it is a D but will check the area you mentioned for any kind of a number.

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09-09-2002 15:43:34

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: The Case of the unidentified Allis in reply to info seeker, 09-07-2002 10:08:43  
Lots of luck. I have a D-14, and still not sure what year it is. All I know is somewhere from '57 to '60.

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