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10-08-2003 19:33:38

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Saw an M crawler sitting on a trailer yesterday with a for sale sign. Since I'm keeping an eye out for a small crawler to toy with in that size, I stopped to look at it. From a distance I thought it might be a D2, but then I saw the remanents of the orange paint. The sign wasn't very informative, it just gave the phone # and said "runs good, $1000 OBO"It has a front mounted hydraulic pump going to a 2 spool valve. Question is, is this the going rate for this tractor, in running but rough looking condition?

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10-11-2003 11:28:33

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 Re: M crawler in reply to John, 10-08-2003 19:33:38  
Rex is correct about condition of undercarage. If the pins and bushings are bad, you can have them turned, and build up the sprockets by welding. You are probably looking at 200.00 each side to turn pins and bushings, if you deliver tracks to shop. Then you are looking at around 50.00 for track bolts each side. If you are not going to use the tractor a lot you will probably be ok with what the tractor has. If the bushings are worn through I would walk away. 1000.00 in not a bad price if motor and undercarrage are in good shape.I have several of these M's they are a good tractor. They will pull a 8 ft, disc all day long.

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Jon Weist

03-21-2006 12:09:08

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 Re: Re: M crawler in reply to stan, 10-11-2003 11:28:33  
im looking for some allis chalmers m parts i need a carb, manifold, gas tank,air breather,and generator with the braket.

thanks jon weist

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10-09-2003 20:30:58

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 Re: M crawler in reply to John, 10-08-2003 19:33:38  
Just started my M today after a three month restoration. The main thing to look for is condition of the track.If its wore out the tractor is only good for parts.

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