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Allis-Chalmers 45 diesel grader

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Gene Stone

12-14-2002 09:53:44

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Need info about transmission parts and manual availability and any other info about this model grader?

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Gene Stone

12-14-2002 16:50:08

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 Re: Allis-Chalmers 45 diesel grader in reply to Gene Stone, 12-14-2002 09:53:44  
I know that some company in Chicago purchased the rights to the Allis-Chalmers parts line. Anyone know what the name of that company is? I'm wondering if someone has new parts for these old AC products?

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12-14-2002 15:35:11

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 Re: Allis-Chalmers 45 diesel grader in reply to Gene Stone, 12-14-2002 09:53:44  

If you are talking about the rather large 45 motor grader with a 516 diesel...I've got one! ( Not the small WD 45 type.) It's a 1958 orange beauty. I just got a service manual from e-bay. I can try and help where I can. Shoot me an e-mail.


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den/southern illinois

12-14-2002 14:23:35

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 Re: Allis-Chalmers 45 diesel grader in reply to Gene Stone, 12-14-2002 09:53:44  
Is this possible that this is a Model D road grader? I think that they had the same motor as a WD 45. Where are you located? I talked to a person today that just got a Model D a few months ago and talked of a problem in the drive system.
Are you the same person?

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12-14-2002 13:25:40

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 Re: Allis-Chalmers 45 diesel grader in reply to Gene Stone, 12-14-2002 09:53:44  

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12-14-2002 14:02:57

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 Re: Re: Allis-Chalmers 45 diesel grader in reply to RON KNARR, 12-14-2002 13:25:40  

The AD40 became the 45 in 1955 and was fitted with a Buda D516 (516 cid) diesel engine rated at 120hp @ 1600 rpm. Made into the early 60's.

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12-14-2002 17:18:46

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 Re: Re: Re: Allis-Chalmers 45 diesel grader in reply to Eldon, 12-14-2002 14:02:57  
Do you have any info on the AD 3 Grader made by AC? A friend of mine is looking for a clutch.
I think the AD 3 was made around '49 to '51.

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12-14-2002 21:55:20

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Allis-Chalmers 45 diesel grader in reply to JustLookin, 12-14-2002 17:18:46  

The AD was made from 1941 to 1947 with the GM 3-71 engine. It was renamed the AD3 in 1947 to distinguish it from the same unit with the bigger GM4-71 engine (the new AD4) and made till 1951. So I guess any AD clutch parts would fit the AD3, too.

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