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come across a old pic of me on my uncles dozer when I was 13
can anyone identify the model?

 
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Don't know dozers but love the picture. Would love to play on one someday.
 

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petra no dont do it !
its like one tractor , it just does not stop .
i dont know the name of the sickness .
it starts with one would be neat to have .
one is to many a thousand not enough .
lol
 

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to many irons said:
petra no dont do it !
its like one tractor , it just does not stop .
i dont know the name of the sickness .
it starts with one would be neat to have .
one is to many a thousand not enough .
lol
Ron, listen to 'to many irons', this ol' boy knows what he's talking about...If you think rubber is expensive, think rollers and bushings and tracks and, and, and, and it NEVER stops !!! Oh, the crawler will stop when you're out of money, but the list never ends .. :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: Man they are fun though !!! :lol: :lol: Who needs money anyway....
 

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it was definitly an Allis and it was massive
they logged with it here in British Columbia
 
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If you re-read my post I said I'd love to PLAY on one. Not OWN one. I already know I sureyly can't afford to buy or repair one :lol: :lol:
 

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I agree with an HD16 or maybe a HD21. The 21 was the "big boy" built in that style. ;)
 

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While i am not real knowlegable about Allis, i lean toward HD21 on the model. Looks too big from here to be a 16
 
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