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Ron

02-08-2003 02:09:57




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Were the D15's and D15 II's manufactured concurently, or did the Series II replace the D15 sometime in the mid 60's? I have a II with all but the last digit of the s/n erroded away and am trying to get some idea of production date. Is the engine s/n helpful for this? Appears to be a sturdy, spunky tractor - my first AC.




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Steve

02-09-2003 19:11:00




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 Re: D15/D15 II in reply to Ron, 02-08-2003 02:09:57  
My little Allis Chalmers farm tractors and crawlers data book shows the D-15's were made from 1960 to 1968. The Series 1 from 1960-1962 and the Series 2's from 1963-1968. Serial numbers for the Series 2's started with 13001
The series 1's started with 1001 and went to 8169
The series 2's ended with 25419. Supposedly 19,588, D-15's made with 12,419 of them Series 2's. I have a late 1966 model Series 2 #23505

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Gary

02-08-2003 14:14:49




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 Re: D15/D15 II in reply to Ron, 02-08-2003 02:09:57  
My book shows the D-15 oroduction beginning in 1960 and th series II beginning in 1961. The last production shown in my book is 1965, however, that may be an error, since my book was issued to me in 1967.



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