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Dan J

04-13-2003 14:33:46




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I have a 1951 Allis Chalmers G and I need some parts for it. (Shifter boot, seat,headlight) Where can I get these parts? Also, It has the extra low gear, Is this an option and is it fairly rare if so? Thanks, Dan




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Eldon

04-13-2003 20:14:29




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 Re: Allis G Questions in reply to Dan J , 04-13-2003 14:33:46  

The low gear is standard on all Gs. It is a misconception that it was an option even though some reference books list it as such. Some are merely locked out or slipped past the shifting fork, but are there.



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Dick L

04-14-2003 06:45:45




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 Re: Re: Allis G Questions in reply to Eldon, 04-13-2003 20:14:29  
Are yall sayin that some had four speeds forward.
I am new to the G's, I bought two and both have three speed transmissions.



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Eldon

04-14-2003 07:53:40




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 Re: Re: Re: Allis G Questions in reply to Dick L , 04-14-2003 06:45:45  

Since the transmission was the same as used on the B and C tractors with the gear pattern cast into the casting people are unaware of the low-low gear that was added because it doesn't show on the casting. The new shift pattern was shown with a decal on the battery box cover...it is all the way to the right and forward. As I said before, it may have been blocked out or the shift rail miss-aligned....but the gear is supposed to be there.

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