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Re: WD 45

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Chester Golat

01-14-2003 13:10:47

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I have a A-C WD & a A-C WD45 the WD has a row crop front end or NF. & is about 38hp & has a strate up & down shift lever & has a thiner head on it. As for my A-C 1957 WD45 i have a wide Front on it. & for me i like that better. & i do have P/S on it to. The WD45 is about 45hp & has the curved shift on it. ALL WD45 should have this shift. & the head is thicker or taller. That is just some ways to check out WD's from WD45s I hope i have helped you out some.
CHESTER GOLAT from Ladysmith Wis. O ya i have a ALLIS-CHALMERS U all so

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Jim in Michigan

01-14-2003 18:21:01

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 Re: Re: WD 45 in reply to Chester Golat, 01-14-2003 13:10:47  
Chester,,,Hows the weather your way? I am about 60 Miles North of Rhinelander Wis in Michigan..I have a few AC's here myself,,a WD, a WD45 and a 1939 B,,,thinkin of selling the WD and the WD45 though..both are wide fronts,,WD45 runs,,other needs a rebuild and tires...Have loaders for both ,,I just have too many tractors right now and too little time or money,,,JIm

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Chester Golat

01-14-2003 20:29:41

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 Re: Re: Re: WD 45 in reply to Jim in Michigan, 01-14-2003 18:21:01  

well Jim iam not realy looking to buy But how much would you want for the WD & THE 45.
O & iam realy SORRY about one of the posting i did on hear about the HP on the WD & the WD45. The ALLIS-CHALMERS WD was Manufactured 1948 to 1953 & cost about $ 1,830 & Drawbar HP 19.3 & PTO HP 25.08 with a A-C gas 4 cyl Engine & Displacement 201ci & weight about 4465lbs.
The A-C WD45 manufactured 1953 to 1957. Cost: $ 2,575 & Drawbar HP 30.1 & PTO HP 38.61 With a A-C 4 Cyl gas Engine. Displacement 226ci & weight about 4465lbs. Chet.

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