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    Posted: 28 Aug 2020 at 8:54pm
D19 diesel,D17 diesel serIII D14 NF D14 WF, D15 ser II,
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Lister says 22 tons and doesn't even give an HD desination... and wants 2750 dollars or he will scrap it.
 By the looks of location of air cleaners, it could be HD19, But probably more like an HD15... which weighs 28000 pounds  14 ton...  blade, pump, hydraulics, maybe another 5000 pounds.  or 33,000 pounds. or 16 1/2 tons... at 100 bucks a ton... $1700 bucks... Now if he would deliver it whole to my place, maybe he could see his price. LOL  But if he thinks he is going to get his 2750 in scrap, he will be sadly mistaken after he wastes his time and gas cutting it up and hauling it in in pieces...
 Dozer does not look like an HD19, seems just to small for that.  But if it is, it is 40,000 pounds + blade etc.
https://www.allischalmers.com/FORUM/uploads/242/HD_AC_dozer_2750_pa_.jpg

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another 19
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15 in action

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‘Clean Scrap’ No bigger than 3’x3’ & 100 lbs is only bringing $60/t to $80/t currently here

Most he can get IF cuts it up himself is $1600
And that after spends couple hundred in torch gas as well pays someone to dispose of drained liquids.

Whole machines they will not even pay for but pickup For Free!!
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I always laugh at the adds that think their rust is gold plated the whole machine will bring them prepared scrape price.

Back around 2000 cut up 2 Massey Harris combines for a landlord. Could not even get the local scrape yard to send a roll off bin. So still several ton I wast time looking over for a piece of iron,of course I never find anything close to what I want.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote DMiller Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 Aug 2020 at 6:38pm
Oh and NO 22 tons sitting there, that is Nowhere near to 44,000 lbs, only a 16B will go there.
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HD14, twin intakes in front of operator under hood cowling.


1946 Allis Chalmers HD14 Crawler

Here is A photo of my 1946 Allis Chalmers HD14. All original with 6-71 Detroit engine. 28000lbs Runs and drives well. (406) 486-5462

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Was figuring more like 30,000 lbs, 15 t where that will get him even LESS money.
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He said it is a HD 15
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote DMiller Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 Aug 2020 at 6:45am
Looking at back end S/N is at Top Right corner of finals housing, will start HDxx   xxxxx
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