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This is my '37 M....
 
 
Slowly working the bugs out on it, but works great and is a lot of fun too. This is a pic of the new seat I had fabricated for it....
 
Just a pic of the reworked manifold....
 
Keep the pics coming.....gotta love tracklayers!
 
 
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HD4 just a little heavy for my 2 axle trailer I found. The trailer held my IH 460 Utility with loader fine, also the 785 NH skidsteer but beyond that needed my tri-axle trailer and dump truck as power unit. 
 One day when son had bought his new Dodge diesel he told me he hauled the tri-axle and the 715B from his house to here .. Said great but as you went past scale on service road and were at over 20,000 load behind truck your lucky no one from scale chased you over here 
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H-3 with winch
 
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Originally posted by Chad(WI) Chad(WI) wrote:

This is my '37 M....
 
Very Nice "M"!
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Hi RW. Nice looking D7. looks like a 17A. Turbo or not ?
Well seeing as you posted some cat pics here is my two.
tits tyres and tracks

they all cost you money
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Here is my Scoopy before we loaded him to take him home. I took the loader off and had him unstuck and runnin good before my accident, but apparently the head gasket let go and drained coolant into the oil sump. Oh yea, he's a 1960 OC 46 Oliver with 3 cylinder gas Hercules engine.



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The view from the office
tits tyres and tracks

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Originally posted by HD6 Merv HD6 Merv wrote:

Hi RW. Nice looking D7. looks like a 17A. Turbo or not ?
Well seeing as you posted some cat pics here is my two.
Ya its a 1955 17A with Add-On Turbo.
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Hey Charlie, you should get that little track loader running. Looks like it would be fun!

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Nice Office! If I fly over to Australia to visit my niece, can I come down and visit your office too?
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Originally posted by CTuckerNWIL CTuckerNWIL wrote:

Nice Office! If I fly over to Australia to visit my niece, can I come down and visit your office too?
Only if you bring your neice with you ! ! !
tits tyres and tracks

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Some great looking tractors on here! I love your office view Merv! Couple pictures of our HD6E we've posted before




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Hi we lined up our crawlers today for a pic And the crawlers in the shed are a cat 22 and 2 fowlers singal cylinder 2 stroke diesel crawlers and a 5j cat  
 
 
And from botom THe blue one is a MG ransome  HG Allis  M Allis  D2 4U  David Brown 30t Gas  P6 fulltrack Fordson  Td5 International   BTD6 International  HD5A Allis   HD5B Allis  1976  Chev Luv at the top
 
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Thats quite a line up John!
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1942 hd3 with 2cyl. detroit.  1 of 28 made and possibly the only one existing. In running condition.
1942 hd3 crawler
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Originally posted by Terry G Terry G wrote:

1942 hd3 with 2cyl. detroit.  1 of 28 made and possibly the only one existing. In running condition.
Hi mate i would like that one in my shed love GM powered machines Thanks for posting
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Originally posted by Terry G Terry G wrote:

1942 hd3 with 2cyl. detroit.  1 of 28 made and possibly the only one existing. In running condition.

This is awesome! I was just reading about this model earlier today and actually thought "i wonder if any of those have made it?"
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a few more Hilltop where were you reading about it as information on these is very limited. Has a 5 speed transmission, foot clutch, and PTO.

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1942 hd3 crawler
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Originally posted by Terry G Terry G wrote:

a few more Hilltop where were you reading about it as information on these is very limited. Has a 5 speed transmission, foot clutch, and PTO.

I was just going back through trying to figure out where it was. I've been pretty sick so i've been on the computer all day looking around so "back tracking" isn't working so well. I do remember clicked on an image that was of like a picture that would be on an old service manual. It wasn't a photograph of one but more like a drawing if that makes sense. I was looking for parts for my HD-3 and AC500 when i came across it and it caught my eye because it said there were only around 30 made that year. If i come back across it i will make sure to save and send it to you.
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I have an original parts manual for an early HD-3 like Terrys'....Might scan a pic later.
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Other than the holes that someone punched in it, it's in great shape. Nice looking machines BTW, guys.


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Originally posted by q4016lanz q4016lanz wrote:

Hi i have 2 pommy crawlers
 THERE NOT Orange  but something different a Fordson hight track P6 and a David Brown 30t Gas  Cheers john & brad
 
   
   Love that old open rocker injector pump. Does it have some kind of sliding or rotating sleeve in that upper housing of governing, and what actuated it?
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Here are (2) Hd-6's and HD-5 loader and an HD-3 from Orange Spectacular 2011. 
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Ages Cat: Awesome shot of some good ole Allis Industrial and Construction Machinery Equipment.  Appreciate all the nice pictures that have been posted.  Orangeman
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They all look great! Got any more pictures?
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Here is a shot of us elevating dirt @ the Le Sueur Pioneer Power show. We are running an HD6E, an HD7 and an S on th elevating grader or mucker.
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This is not mine, just one I saw in Eastern Oregon near Jordan Valley.
 
I believe it is an HD5.
 
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Originally posted by OldWhiteTruck OldWhiteTruck wrote:

This is not mine, just one I saw in Eastern Oregon near Jordan Valley.
 
I believe it is an HD5.
 

Looks like it needs a home!
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Very Nice lonnie
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not mine but my cousins. im driving. caterpillar 22 and road grader. grader matches what would have been used by that tractor.
 
 


Edited by acwdwcman - 24 Jan 2012 at 9:50pm
wd with a freeman model 90 trip loader, wd45, 38 unstylled wc, b 10 garden tractor and 2-14 ac trip plow. grandpa has a 56 wd45. wd. allis chalmers snap coupler blade and 3 bottom snap coupler plow
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