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old puller

10-26-2002 15:54:31

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i have been wanting to start pulling again thought i would buy a 1950 wd 1 owner its been setting 5 years in a barn since the owner died , any info would b great the rear wheels are rusty around the valves i thought a set of 13.6 26 off a combine wheels and all would b great, what is this tractor worth, according to the originel book it was overhauled in 1957 and agaiun in 1976 with the fire crater upgrade, i had it running and it sounds nice good oil pressure it charges good paint , you can still read the decals real good metel and the lites work , thanks

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Allis Puller

10-27-2002 00:08:25

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 Re: 1950 wd in reply to old puller, 10-26-2002 15:54:31  
Your best bet is to get wide rims for what ever tire you decide to run, preferebly firestone (they pull like a son of a gun). And a far as the powercrator pistons, your actually loosing power without thew original flattopps. You need that compression for the power. Email me if you have questions.

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kendall shipley

11-03-2002 16:40:07

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 Re: Re: 1950 wd in reply to Allis Puller, 10-27-2002 00:08:25  
I am pulling a 49 wd. I have 13.6x38" tires on 14" wide rims. You can get a set of wheel centers off an international tractor size 444 with 6 loop rims which are half the price of spinout rims. A wd-45 crank and flat top pistons will put you around 55 hp. Which is plenty of pep for 28" wheels. I did pull a set of 14.9x28" firestones in 2nd gear up to 4500# class.

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