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Snap coupler blade question

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DavidKittle

08-15-2007 12:48:23




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Hello;

for a Allis Chalmers snap coupler rear blade, are they all the same? I mean will they all fit any allis with the snap coupler system?
Also, that wheel on top of the balde. Is that for "tilting" the blade so that you may cut a drainage ditch?
Thanks a bunch

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JMS/MN

08-15-2007 16:59:42




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 Re: Snap coupler blade question in reply to DavidKittle, 08-15-2007 12:48:23  
The handle is for tilting the blade to cut a ditch. There was also available a short angled cutting edge to bolt on either end to help when starting a cut. Eighteen inch extensions could be bolted on each end of the six foot blade to increase width to nine feet. End brackets bolted on to make it into a box blade.



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Dave Anderson

08-15-2007 16:26:27




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 Re: Snap coupler blade question in reply to DavidKittle, 08-15-2007 12:48:23  
I think both are half right! I think, don't know for sure that from the 4 bolts that hold the tongue on, back, they are the same. D series tongues are different from earlier ones, because the pto's are slightly different in location from the w series, necessitating the differences in the tongues.



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Eldon (WA)

08-15-2007 14:31:02




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 Re: Snap coupler blade question in reply to DavidKittle, 08-15-2007 12:48:23  
No the blades are not all the same. One was made for the CA, D10 and D12 with the narrower lift arms. I had one that had two sets of holes in the top bar between the lift pins so that you could adjust it wide or narrow. I drilled out another blade that I had so that I could do the same with it. I also found that the blades had a different curve to the tongue....one blade would hit the pto housing if I lifted it up too far on a WD45 or D17. I'm not sure how one can tell the difference just by looking at them.

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Amanda tx

08-15-2007 13:37:31




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 Re: Snap coupler blade question in reply to DavidKittle, 08-15-2007 12:48:23  
Yes to both questions



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