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alleyyooper said:
Thanks for the information.
No live power just useing the clutch just the power director?
Hydro steering? has its own pump?

:D Al
Yep, Same drive train as the D series.
Steering does have its own pump,
shares the oil sump with power director and hydraulics.
 

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175 sounds nice but when I checked the price it is more than I have and can get.


This 200 on the other hand I can afford and have two dimes to rub together after wards I don't really think the condition is to awful bad. a bit more powerthan I need really but maybe I'll find a need for some extra.



More power UG UG UG as Ti m Allen says.

And then I saw this one. I got to drive a brand new 1958 model as a boy and fell in love with it then. About 15 less HP than I'm really wanting but I can make do.




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I agree, your tractors look to be in good working order! Thanks for posting the great shots! I have to learn a bunch about Allis, Chalmers. I was just a operator. and the ones we had just ran and ran!
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Chris
 

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Sugarmaker said:
........ and the ones we had just ran and ran!
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That's what they do Chris. :D You'll find Allis are simple, and straightforward tractors to work on.
 

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Sugarmaker said:
........ and the ones we had just ran and ran!
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Chris
That's what they do Chris. :D You'll find Allis are simple, and straightforward tractors to work on.

You got that right! Easiest bleeders for the fuel system I have seen!
 

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Yea I drained the tank and carb in about 10 minutes!
I remember Dad jumping the plug wire to the plug with a cover off a book of matches . it would hold the wire away from the end of the plug and make the spark jump further. He claimed it cleared a fouled plug. I seen him do it many times.
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