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Garrett Martin

12-04-2002 15:53:49




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We came into the possesion of a Detroit 471 engine that had been converted into a stationary unit. The control panel is off of a HD 4 Allis.
Can anyone give me information as to whether this engine may have also been in the HD 4. Also can anyone point me to a place where I can obtain a look at a spec sheet and a picture would be nice.
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Garrett Martin




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ACPhil

12-04-2002 22:49:04




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 Re: HD 4 in reply to Garrett Martin, 12-04-2002 15:53:49  
The allis chalmers HD 4 was powered by an Allis chalmers D-2200 engine. It is a very good engine but is not supercharged or turbocharged. The 4-71 is supercharged. The D-2200 engine is a more up-to-date engine then the GM 71 series engines. Email me your USPS mailing address and I'll send you some info on the HD 4. They were very good tough little machines. Happy Dozin' Phil



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