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Identification of Allis Chalmers tractor model

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squire ellor

03-15-2004 14:30:26

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I have an allis chalmers tractor and would like to find out the year and model. I have a few clues; 4 cylinder gas and carb is tagged TSX and 1968. It has a shuttle transmission and can go forward/reverse with foot pedals. It has 4 gears. The hood metal comes off in 2 pieces (1 for either side). Has 3 point hitch and power take off. Has power steering. Rear tires are 16.9 by 24,

I've looked for serial numbers but obviously am not looking in the right place. I think this is a 1968 to 1870 model but am not sure.

Would appreciate any help I can get.


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Joyce French

07-18-2004 10:12:19

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 Re: Identification of Allis Chalmers tractor model in reply to squire ellor, 03-15-2004 14:30:26  
I think it is a 1937 B42739 but can't seem to find it. Thanks for your help.

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squire ellor

04-01-2004 17:23:43

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 Re: Identification of Allis Chalmers tractor model in reply to squire ellor, 03-15-2004 14:30:26  
Thanks everyone. I've tracked down the original purchase order with all the details.
This is a Model 615 tractor with a 56 HP gasoline engine. Purchased new in 1970Options include 12 volt system; heavy duty 9"master clutch, hand operated oil bath shuttle clutch; hydrostatic power steering;3 point hitch, 1000rpm power take off; loader assembly with McKee hitch; fully enclosed cab.

It's a nice tractor and I want to keep it that way. Need to tune it up.

What's a McKee hitch?

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Wally G.

03-15-2004 17:52:34

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 Re: Identification of Allis Chalmers tractor model in reply to squire ellor, 03-15-2004 14:30:26  
Sounds like an I400 or I600 which were industrial versions of the D15 and D17.

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m. forest

03-19-2004 13:12:48

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 Re: Re: Identification of Allis Chalmers tractor m in reply to Wally G., 03-15-2004 17:52:34  
it's not a I400 because you have to clutch to have forward-reverse motion. It's probably a I600 . It's the industrial version on the d-15

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