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My dad and I have always wanted our own dozer. Two of my uncles work a full time job with theirs. Thought we would give them some competition lol. Bought it mostly to clean up the farm and to dig a pond at my house. We do plan to occasionally do third party work to help pay the bills.

Specs: 1980 Fiat Allis 14C, 150 HP non-turbo, 10' blade, 40,000 lbs, Powershift tranny, 85% undercarriage with new sprockets, rollers, and rails, don't use oil, don't leak oil, has new torque converter. It needs pads or grousers, air filter rain bonnet, and has a leaky cylinder on the blade tilt.





 

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Good looking dozer. That will be just about perfect size for the farm. I like the root/rock rake on the blade, sure would like to run that down a couple of hills at the farm. The new torque converter is worth a lot those things are expensive. Hope you post up some pics when you start working it.
 

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Good farm tool, :D sure could use one here for a week or two. Have fun with it. ;)
 

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Nice looking iron. We had a 21B back sometime ago. She was a pig to work on, I remember it was a bear when we had to take the belly pan off it for repairs, but it was a good tractor.
Enjoy. Big boys, big toys :lol:
 
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