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Need to know the Height of a Allis Tractor

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10-01-2007 07:15:07




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I don't know if I have the right department but I called customer service to get the height of one of your tractors which is below.

1976 Allis chalmers AC-7000 4861 hours on the tractor 2900 series engine S/N on tractor is 2D105266 id on cab is 0058419004567

I need this information to determine if this could fit under a railroad bridge that is 12 feet and 2 inches high if it was sitting on a trailor that is 2 inches high.

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Ted in NE OH

10-01-2007 13:30:40




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 Re: Need to know the Height of a Allis Tractor in reply to -CSAC198013=2, 10-01-2007 07:15:07  
You could let some air out of the tires to lower it 2-3 in.



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I-CSAC198012=2

10-03-2007 08:40:16




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 Re: Need to know the Height of a Allis Tractor in reply to Ted in NE OH, 10-01-2007 13:30:40  
Ted, I need the know the height of the tractor because our insured had a accident because with the trailor and tractor it did not clear the bridge and total the tractor because it knocked it off the trailor and damaged everything that it is not worth to repair. So I need the height of the tractor and I will add the height of the tractor to see if it the City's fault or our insured for taken it under the bridge. Some one has to have the height of these tractors.

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massey333

10-03-2007 15:51:56




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 Re: Need to know the Height of a Allis Tractor in reply to I-CSAC198012=2, 10-03-2007 08:40:16  
If it helps any the tractor that replaced the 7000 was 114" to the top of the cab with 18-4-38 tires on them.This is from A-Cs spects.



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cadet trooper

10-03-2007 14:57:40




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 Re: Need to know the Height of a Allis Tractor in reply to I-CSAC198012=2, 10-03-2007 08:40:16  
Good Luck with that. Let me know how that works for ya as Dr. Phil would say. I suspected as much my son used to drive OTR and the biggest problem he had was he was sent down streets and roads that didn't have enough clearance especially Chicago. The responsibilty lies with the carrier and the city won't pay nothin. The driver is only allowed a small route deviance or he gets docked so the dispatcher is the culprit and he goes by the DOT routes but if you're making deliveries that has to be researched. The bad thing is the driver is responsible and he probably is out of a job and he is only doing what he was told. Sorry guy, no sympathy here.

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I-CSAC198013=2

10-01-2007 13:56:16




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 Re: Need to know the Height of a Allis Tractor in reply to Ted in NE OH, 10-01-2007 13:30:40  
But they did not do that I need to know the height of the tractor with the tires full of air. Do you not have any spects on this are can you give me a telephone number for me to call.



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ebbsspeed

10-01-2007 08:06:50




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 Re: Need to know the Height of a Allis Tractor in reply to -CSAC198013=2, 10-01-2007 07:15:07  
If your trailer is really only 2 inches high I believe it'll fit under the bridge easily. If it's 2 feet high it's gonna be real close. You might give these guys a call and see if they'll go measure the height of the one they have for sale, folks in South Dakota are usually pretty nice people.

http://www.machinefinder.com/machine_detail.html?equip_id=616616



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I-CSAC198012=2

10-01-2007 08:16:25




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 Re: Need to know the Height of a Allis Tractor in reply to ebbsspeed, 10-01-2007 08:06:50  
The height of the trailor was 2 feet and 10 inches high. I need the height of the tractor



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cadet trooper

10-01-2007 14:41:26




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 Re: Need to know the Height of a Allis Tractor in reply to I-CSAC198012=2, 10-01-2007 08:16:25  
I think the suggestion here to call the seller is good because even the literature or specs are going to be based on standard tires and according to my info the standard tire for that tractor 18.4 X 34rears and 7.50 X 16 fronts and I haven't seen any that way because mostly they were 18.4 X 38 with 10.00 X 16 fronts which is going to change the height quite a bit. I don't think anybody on here is going to say you'll be OK and be liable. I know all of the tractors that came in to our dealership were hauled on drop deck trailers which cleared DOT required height easily at 13'-6", Here is a real easy solution when you get there unchain the tractor drive it off drive it through then load er up chain her down and go on your way it's obviously not an interstate at that height and I'm sure most state troopers or law enforcement people would be glad to help you out if it means no big jams due to your jam. Just a suggestion unless it doesn't run in that case just flatten the tires. CT

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