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Allis Chalmers semi mount mower

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10-09-2002 20:47:54

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I got, with a WD that I purchased this year, a semi mount mower. I believe it to be Allis Chalmers from the colour but there are no markings of any sort on it. It has a single caster wheel and a 5 foot cycle bar. It is power shaft drive with a belt connecting the drive to the pitman. I want to see if I can get parts but would like to be able to identify it first. The local dealer has no idea on it. Does anyone have an idea what it might be?

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10-09-2002 21:56:22

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 Re: Allis Chalmers semi mount mower in reply to Bryan, 10-09-2002 20:47:54  
Sounds like one I bought a month ago- does it have a u-shaped bar that mounts on brackets at each final drive, held in place with a tapered wedge pin? Bar also goes across drawbar and is bolted to it?

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10-10-2002 21:10:51

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 Re: Re: Allis Chalmers semi mount mower in reply to JMS/MN, 10-09-2002 21:56:22  
I am guessing a bit at what you mean, but there is a U shaped bracket that holds the upper pulley which is at the end of the power shaft. The mower does mount by attaching a long U shaped bracket to either side of the drawbar assembly. This U shaped iron has mounting holes about 6" above the drawbar that the mower itself attaches to. The mower is then held in line with the tractor but can still pivot vertically to follow the ground.

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10-10-2002 22:58:57

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 Re: Re: Re: Allis Chalmers semi mount mower in reply to Bryan, 10-10-2002 21:10:51  
Second u-shape you refer to sounds familiar. One I meant was one that goes from one final drive back to drawbar and forward to other final drive. Final drives are castings that contain step-down gears and rear axles of tractors. My mower has 6-7 foot cutter bar, but I have not checked it for model or serial number. Will get back to you.

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10-11-2002 12:06:19

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Allis Chalmers semi mount mower in reply to JMS/MN, 10-10-2002 22:58:57  
Mower has no ID tag, 6 foot bar. Main frame is a 3" square tube. Also has swing-away feature in case the bar hits a rock, etc.

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10-11-2002 11:14:56

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Allis Chalmers semi mount mower in reply to JMS/MN, 10-10-2002 22:58:57  
you have a #3 ac sickle bar mower. i have one and love it. i currently need to get parts for mine but after using a twin wheel pull type that was junk, i really love this mower. once i get mine going again i am going to add the hydraulic lift to it. good luck. i think you have a great mower!

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