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Is there a loader that was made for an Allis WD?

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Martin Miller

01-01-2004 16:13:28




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I have an Allis Chalmers WD and I would like to have a loader for it. Was there any loaders made to fit a WD? Does anyone have any for sale? I appreciate any help.




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JW

01-02-2004 16:06:45




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 Re: Is there a loader that was made for an Allis W in reply to Martin Miller, 01-01-2004 16:13:28  
Our local Allis dealer made and sold a ton of their own design. Called the Wieshaar loader. Can take it off or put it on in under 5 minutes. Mine has been converted to hyd. bucket. I might sell it if are interested. I'm in northern IL



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Jeff Balvanz

01-04-2004 09:29:59




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 Re: Re: Is there a loader that was made for an All in reply to JW, 01-02-2004 16:06:45  
JW Live in Eastern Iowa may be interested in your loader or and other with 300 mile radius.



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DqveInMI

01-02-2004 03:46:32




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 Re: Is there a loader that was made for an Allis W in reply to Martin Miller, 01-01-2004 16:13:28  
My WD has a loader from a Farmall M or H. It was an easy installation.



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JMS/MN

01-01-2004 18:35:35




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 Re: Is there a loader that was made for an Allis W in reply to Martin Miller, 01-01-2004 16:13:28  
I believe they had a pipe frame loader that they made for the WD. Many shortline manufacturers had models that fit. Stan Hoist, Schwartz, New Idea, Caswell, Horn, others. I have a couple to part with- one is a Paulson, don't remember what the other is. Most are trip buckets, since a hydraulic bucket would require two-way hydraulics. Can add it to the WD, but it was not standard. Also, internal hydraulic capacity is rather limited.

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big orange

01-01-2004 17:58:49




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 Re: Is there a loader that was made for an Allis W in reply to Martin Miller, 01-01-2004 16:13:28  
Midwest made a loader to fit the WD,sorry I can't recall the number,it was a good loader.Also Allis made the 400 series for a WD-45,so it should fit a WD.Those are excellent loaders,but fairly pricey.



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Kip[UT]

01-01-2004 22:36:45




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 Re: Re: Is there a loader that was made for an All in reply to big orange, 01-01-2004 17:58:49  
The first loader that AC marketed under their own name was the WD8 & WD9 trip bucket models that came out in about 1953 for the WD & WD45 tractors. These were actually made by Freeman for AC. These are a well made unit & I have a real nice WD9 that I will sell for $300.00. It is in Southern Utah. Ph. [435]691-3905 days & [435]865-7141 evenings.



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frank

01-02-2004 06:21:51




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 Re: Re: Re: Is there a loader that was made for an in reply to Kip[UT], 01-01-2004 22:36:45  
yes- i have a HORN trip loader to fit wd or the 45 it has a wide 7" ft. bucket-complete. 325.00 plus the cost of shipping.i can haul a reasoable distance 300 miles ,for cost of my diesel fuel. frank



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bob in Ky

02-02-2004 12:15:07




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Is there a loader that was made fo in reply to frank, 01-02-2004 06:21:51  
I was reading your post in the tractor forum and saw that you have a front loader for a wide front WD for sale. Do you still have it, and where are you located?



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