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Farm w/Junk

11-16-2003 21:32:41




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Hi Im new to the orange and have a few questions. Are these good tractors? Whats good and bad? How much horsepower? Are they good for pulling? Now modified just more or less stock? What are they worth running just needing paint? Thanks for any help.
Matt




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Joseph Tucci Jr.

11-30-2003 18:19:27




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 Re: Allis WC in reply to Farm w/Junk, 11-16-2003 21:32:41  
Hi AC tractors have the HP to # ratio of all old stuff I pull a AC 47 C I got her 2 yrs. ago in boxs did her up top to bottom and have out pulled many bigger tractors inc. ACs JDS Case


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Farmall Daddy

11-18-2003 17:08:15




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 Re: Allis WC in reply to Farm w/Junk, 11-16-2003 21:32:41  
I bought my military WC for $850, but it was in rough shape. Turned it into a puller, and it does great. That steel rear axel makes it a perfect rear end to pull with. If you find one with a steel rear axel, or square, if you have the money, buy it. Good luck!!



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old

11-17-2003 05:53:12




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 Re: Allis WC in reply to Farm w/Junk, 11-16-2003 21:32:41  
HP is around 25-30 and as far as worth a dealer in my area has one that looks good and almost new back tires and he wants $950 for it.
Hope this helps a little



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Bryan Smith

11-17-2003 07:42:34




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 Re: Re: Allis WC in reply to old, 11-17-2003 05:53:12  
My guess for tractor values down here in SC is $400 to $800 for a running WC and $800 to $1200 for a running WD depending on shape (not restored, mind you). You see them sold for more - and less - but that's just a ballpark figure.

Saw a highly-modified one not too long back with a "stroked" D17 gas engine in it putting out more than 100 hp for pulling. Had the original tranny and rear end. He pulled in 3rd (road gear), believe it or not.

Good old tractor, the hand brakes are kinda aggravating and no live pto but it will work itself forever. Roger Welsch's great books are all pretty much concerned with WC's. Made from 1933 to 1948 and tested at 25.45 belt hp on distillate and 29.93 hp on gasoline. One of these days when I get a little $$ I'm going to buy one ...!

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JMS/MN

11-18-2003 11:31:07




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 Re: Re: Re: Allis WC in reply to Bryan Smith, 11-17-2003 07:42:34  
Just have to have a bit of fun: if third is road gear, what is fourth? Flying low?- I thought that is only when hooking a wire to the gov rod.



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Roger C Iowa

11-18-2003 02:54:47




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 Re: Re: Re: Allis WC in reply to Bryan Smith, 11-17-2003 07:42:34  
Bryan the WC has a 4 speed transmission. Roger



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Bryan Smith

11-20-2003 13:25:40




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Allis WC in reply to Roger C Iowa, 11-18-2003 02:54:47  
Well, I guess that shows how much time I've spent on the WC. I assumed wrongly that it was a three speed, since the WD was much improved and had a 4 speed. My mistake. Thanks for the polite correction, Roger - I do appreciate it!



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