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Engine for an Allis D road Grader

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Wyman Skaggs

03-29-2003 17:39:06




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We are looking for an engine for an Allis Chalmers D road grader. A WD45 would work. Not looking for a new engine. Would like one that holds good oil pressure and does not smoke. Looking to spend around $500. Thanks




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DR. TOM

06-16-2003 01:28:53




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 Re: Engine for an Allis D road Grader in reply to Wyman Skaggs, 03-29-2003 17:39:06  
DOES PANOWICZ HAVE AN ALLIS D, I AM LOOKING FOR THE WHOLE GRADER...THANKS



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john panowicz

04-04-2003 21:32:12




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 Re: Engine for an Allis D road Grader in reply to Wyman Skaggs, 03-29-2003 17:39:06  
we live in nebraska my dad has one for sale



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Bob Spellman

06-01-2003 21:35:19




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 Re: Re: Engine for an Allis D road Grader in reply to john panowicz, 04-04-2003 21:32:12  
Need motor AC motor grader; gas; 4cylinder



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john panowicz

04-04-2003 14:47:59




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 Re: Engine for an Allis D road Grader in reply to Wyman Skaggs, 03-29-2003 17:39:06  
how far are you willing to travel have a good d17 motor that will work and look like it is factory



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