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Gloria Lee

03-15-2003 14:15:48




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My husband has an Allis Chalmers track loader that a lot of people are trying to buy ...I have looked everywhere for a picture of one so that he will know a "ball park" price to charge..I will try to get a pic of it to post, but if anyone knows where I can find some pics, will you please email me?..thanks, Gloria Lee




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steve

03-15-2003 19:01:41




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 Re: ALLIS TRACK LOADER in reply to Gloria Lee, 03-15-2003 14:15:48  
ask the guys at www.ibdozing.com is it an old allis pre 1970, or a Fiat Allis built in the 1980-1990. they will need to know to get a good idea. You can look at the motor casting and see if it has a name or number, that will help.



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Gloria Lee

03-16-2003 17:15:34




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 Re: Re: ALLIS TRACK LOADER in reply to steve, 03-15-2003 19:01:41  
Thanks, I will go to www.ibdozing.com..my husband said it was before the Fiats..I appreciate the info....



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steve

03-17-2003 17:11:03




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 Re: Re: Re: ALLIS TRACK LOADER in reply to Gloria Lee, 03-16-2003 17:15:34  
ther Allis tractors were built ins Springfield Illinois. In the 1950- 1970 era they built several different size loaders with tracks. Most common were 6G, 7G and 12G. I would guess the smaller ones were about 80-100 HP and the 12G might be up around 150-200 HP?, just a good guess



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Gloria Lee

03-17-2003 18:18:46




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: ALLIS TRACK LOADER in reply to steve, 03-17-2003 17:11:03  
Thanks, Steve..I still haven't found out how much this one is worth...my husband spent 6 thousand on the undercarriage, including new sprockets...The model# is HD6G...the tractor serial# is 37A24011...and there is another serial#..it is 6-26630..my husband said that is probably the chassis number..Can you tell me about what we should ask for it, if he decides to sell it?...He uses it, and everything works good, and it runs good, but he would love to have a new Kabota tractor, with a front end loader and a backhoe, and the only way he can ever hope to own one is to sell the trackloader and the big truck he uses to haul it..:)..thanks again, Gloria

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Gloria Lee

03-17-2003 18:15:30




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: ALLIS TRACK LOADER in reply to steve, 03-17-2003 17:11:03  
Thanks, Steve..I still haven't found out how much this one is worth...my husband spent 6 thousand on the undercarriage, including new sprockets...The model# is HD6G...the tractor serial# is 37A24011...and there is another serial#..it is 6-26630..myhusband said that is probablythe chassis number..Can you tell me about what we should ask for it, if he decides to sell it?...He ues it, and everything works good, and it runs good, but he would love to have a new Kabota tractor, with a front end loader and a backhoe, and the only way he can ever hope to own one is to sell the trackloader and the big truck he uses to haul it..:)..thanks again, Steve

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