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Tring to find out what allis chalmer I have

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randy l. hale

02-19-2003 06:33:41

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My grandpa just gave me a Allis. He did not buy it new and in his advance age, he can't rember what model or year it is. He thinks it may be from the 1940's. All I can tell is it has a wide front and has 16" front tires. It runs pretty well, but I need to do a little minor work on it.
Its serial number is 200981

Thank you for your kindness. Also, it is rigged to run or propane or gas , if that will help.

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02-19-2003 18:33:41

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 Re: Tring to find out what allis chalmer I have in reply to randy l. hale, 02-19-2003 06:33:41  
All the information I have compiled on AC's guessing you have a WD or WD45, dont think any WC's had a wide front end.

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Randy Hale

02-20-2003 18:08:30

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 Re: Re: Tring to find out what allis chalmer I have in reply to Sheilatoy, 02-19-2003 18:33:41  
I would like to thanks all of the good folks that helped me figure what allis I have. So Thank You,Jim Danforth, Dave K, Tom, AZ J ack, and Sheilatoy.

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02-19-2003 18:20:32

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 Re: Tring to find out what allis chalmer I have in reply to randy l. hale, 02-19-2003 06:33:41  
The only thing that I could find that fits that # you gave would be a 1955 WD45. Where was this no. that you have located and did it have any letters in front of it. SN on a WD45 should be on top of left differential brake housing. There is a site with the AC SN's photoed and chalk marked in it. Maybe some one will point you in that direction. For the life of me I can not remember it right now. Jack

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02-19-2003 17:27:44

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 Re: Tring to find out what allis chalmer I have in reply to randy l. hale, 02-19-2003 06:33:41  
With 16" tires maybe it is possibly a WC, Bs had 15" tires. AC did make other tractors then I think, but they were not as common.

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Dave K

02-19-2003 11:19:20

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 Re: Tring to find out what allis chalmer I have in reply to randy l. hale, 02-19-2003 06:33:41  
Really need a phot to determine anything, or, as suggested, you need to look at some AC photos

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