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Wc,wd,wd45's

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cwj

09-09-2002 16:33:43




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did any of the W series of allis tractors come out with 38in rear tires




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cwj

09-10-2002 16:25:15




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 Re: wc,wd,wd45's in reply to cwj, 09-09-2002 16:33:43  
the reason i asked the question about the tire size was i seen a W series tractor with 36 or 38 inch rear wheels at a tractor pull not to long ago it did not look right to me but i might have been wrong i have been tractor pulling for almost 12 years now that was the first one i ever seen with tires like that.



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kjm

09-10-2002 15:42:09




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 Re: wc,wd,wd45's in reply to cwj, 09-09-2002 16:33:43  
cwj, My WD manual says "rear wheels are 11x28 or 12x28". The next page says a 9x38 was an option. lol kevin



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Doug in OR

09-10-2002 18:52:06




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 Re: Re: wc,wd,wd45's in reply to kjm, 09-10-2002 15:42:09  
Any idea as to if the parts breakdown diagrams show different gears for the different tire sizes?



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Doug in OR

09-10-2002 14:26:54




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 Re: wc,wd,wd45's in reply to cwj, 09-09-2002 16:33:43  
Ahhhh... reminds me. When I was on the farm, the old WD manual showed it as having 38" tires as an option. I've *never* seen one in r/l, though. To me, that's about all a WD45 would need to make it an ideal pullin' tractor. When doing straight pulling back on the farm - without mounted equipment - the 28" tires were a disadvantage. The raw pulling traction was the weak link. And obviously, the final gearing would need to be different.

Does anyone know of a stock WD or '45 that has the original 38" wheels?

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Allis Puller

09-10-2002 14:15:32




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 Re: wc,wd,wd45's in reply to cwj, 09-09-2002 16:33:43  
Look in the tractor photo ads on 8/28 at the D-15 high crop. I can't tell what size they are, but I've always been told that the WC cane tractors came with 36" tires. There are people though that run them in antique and say they came from the factory like that. Makes them real tough to beat when they're beefed up.



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keith

09-10-2002 10:17:56




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 Re: wc,wd,wd45's in reply to cwj, 09-09-2002 16:33:43  
I don't know about any of them but the WC. They had 24 " pressed steel on the early ones, 28"cast wheels on the later ones, and 36 " on Hi clearance. I could be mixed up on some of that and this is only info that I have been told by other tractor people. So as far as I know, a WC never had 38" wheels.



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Jim in Michigan

09-10-2002 06:45:22




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 Re: wc,wd,wd45's in reply to cwj, 09-09-2002 16:33:43  
Mark, not all WD and WD45 wer 38.,,, mine are 28,, maybe some special versions had 38,,,JIm



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mark/indiana

09-09-2002 17:22:51




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 Re: wc,wd,wd45's in reply to cwj, 09-09-2002 16:33:43  
WC'S WERE 36" AND WD'S WERE 38..THE WD SERIES LOOK LIKE COCKSHUT WHEELS..



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Tom

09-09-2002 17:04:48




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 Re: wc,wd,wd45's in reply to cwj, 09-09-2002 16:33:43  
High clearance models I think had that size.



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Bryan Smith

09-10-2002 05:41:39




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 Re: Re: wc,wd,wd45's in reply to Tom, 09-09-2002 17:04:48  
I've seen a WC puller with 38" tires and "hit don't look narmal!" :-) WD45 and WD tractors came with 28 inch rear tires for the most part (except for possibly some high-clearance models as already noted), D15 (and I think D14 and D17) came with 26 inch, and B/C/CA came with 24 inch. That's the extent of my tire size knowledge ...



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JMS/MN

09-10-2002 11:42:22




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 Re: Re: Re: wc,wd,wd45's in reply to Bryan Smith, 09-10-2002 05:41:39  
Standard size on the D17 was 28 inch. Smaller D series had 26. That was a mistake on the D14- should have had larger tires.



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Kip Ut.

09-13-2002 08:36:55




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: wc,wd,wd45's in reply to JMS/MN, 09-10-2002 11:42:22  
I have two original "Hi-crop" WCs. An unstyled '38 & a styled '39. These tractors have 36" wheels & also a special 6:1 ratio rearend as opposed to the 4:1 ratio. If original these tractors will have no provision for mounting fenders & will have a single front wheel.



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