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Rich R

03-11-2004 08:44:06




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I have a D-17, serial #5500, I am told it is a series I. If anyone might have any info as to the year manufactured. Or where it was made? Please help?




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Rick

03-11-2004 10:33:16




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 Re: D-17 in reply to Rich R, 03-11-2004 08:44:06  
Rich, Your D17 is a series 1 or the "early series" and is a 1958. The starting serial number for 1958 was 4300 and 1959 was 16500. Hope this helps. Thanks,Rick



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Rich R.

03-12-2004 02:36:47




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 Re: Re: D-17 in reply to Rick, 03-11-2004 10:33:16  
I found a refrence at the unofficial ALLIS home page that said serial #4301 was the start of 1959 production year.



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DanD.

03-12-2004 05:47:34




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 Re: Re: Re: D-17 in reply to Rich R., 03-12-2004 02:36:47  
I think you misread. Serial number 4300 was the starting Serial number for 1958. My father has D17 14970 and that is a 1958 model.



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JMS/MN

03-11-2004 13:10:21




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 Re: Re: D-17 in reply to Rick, 03-11-2004 10:33:16  
You're right- I misread the starting number as a production number.



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JMS/MN

03-11-2004 10:05:13




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 Re: D-17 in reply to Rich R, 03-11-2004 08:44:06  
Series One, 1959. Tractor plant was in West Allis, WI.



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Gary

03-11-2004 19:47:50




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 Re: Re: D-17 in reply to JMS/MN, 03-11-2004 10:05:13  
allis fans!! the national gathering of the orange in 2005 will be at Union Grove Wi. It is being planned with a parade in West Allis to include the now closed AC plant! Plan now to attend!!
web sight (www.fallharvestdays.com)



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