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05-14-2003 18:53:25

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hey-- today i visited a lady who wants to gime me an alix chalmers. I don't know really what it is being that i am a deere and farmall man. The tracor is split in half. The rear axle up the the gas tank is layin in one place and the front wheels and engine in another. From lookin at pictures i believe it is very similar to a B. I think i have most everthing needed but the engine was froze when it was stopped and is sitting with empty spark plug holes to the weather. It looks restorable but is it worth it. she wants to give it away with some cultivators and other equipment. Any advice would be appreciated

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05-15-2003 17:24:41

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 Re: Free tracor in reply to billy, 05-14-2003 18:53:25  
The price is just about right especialy with the added equipment as a bonus.

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05-14-2003 19:07:43

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 Re: Free tracor in reply to billy, 05-14-2003 18:53:25  
it sounds like it might be a "B". the serial number is by the transmission shift lever. should be a three speed trans, wide front, 24 inch rear rims. If it has a starter, hydraulics and pto i would restore it. If it is missing some of these, it is still work considering. take it anyway. you can part it out and still make $400. i will send you a couple photos. see if the clutch and flywheel are bolted to the back of motor, and starter is present. in that condition, i would start a motor teardown and repair. drain the trans-hydraulic compartment. if it dont look too bad, you might be able to flush it out and not overhaul. i would remove the final drives and hubs and isntall seals at a minimum. I had a similar engine, stuck. disassembled and cleaned, pulled sleeves and installed new o-rings. honed cylinders, they had .010 wear, over the limit. put in new rings and a gasket set and reassembled. lapped the valves and the thing runs great. cost $130 for parts. several parts are out of "spec", but i think it was a real success.

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05-14-2003 19:03:24

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 Re: Free tracor in reply to billy, 05-14-2003 18:53:25  
I think it must be a C-- it has a tricicle front

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