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    Posted: 10 Jul 2024 at 9:50pm
New to the forum. I’m looking for info on the 65b I just purchased. How do I find out the year? Serial number is 75A03133
Thanks for any help
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Like them all, but love the "B"s.
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By 1964, the model DD was being built with a box-type welded frame to replace the former tubular design. Then in 1971, both the D and DD graders were superseded by the Allis-Chalmers M65 and, although retaining its 10-foot blade, weight and power increased to 10,915 pounds and 59 flywheel horsepower. Improvements over the former models included hydrostatic steering and new sheet metal. In January 1974, Allis-Chalmers and Fiat S.p.A. of Italy formed the Fiat-Allis joint venture. The M65 continued the success of its predecessors as the Fiat-Allis 65; and in 1979, as the 65-B, received a 68-flywheel-horsepower Fiat engine with powershift transmission and a weight boost to 13,315 pounds.

Noram Construction Equipment was formed in 1992 to market the Fiat-Allis 65B grader in North America. Three years later, it launched the redesigned articulated FiatAllis FG65C with New Holland 80-horsepower engine and torque proportioning rear axle drive. These machines were made in the Vermeer plant at Pella, Iowa, until 2001. Then NorAm's manufacturing partner, Five Star Industries, continued building the grader on behalf of CNH Global until 2004 when it purchased the manufacturing rights from the latter.

Like them all, but love the "B"s.
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