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    Posted: 24 Jun 2018 at 1:13pm
Found my reason to go Allis. I'm stoked I've found a local machine worth keeping up that will return some chores in the woods.

Or so I hope.




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I do not have manuals yet.
Could anybody share air cleaner parts number, radiator cap parts number.


Anybody have HD3 manuals parts, service extra for sale?



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Amazing that that trailer can hold that much weight!Wink

looks like a 2 stroke GM, nice find, and welcome to the site...
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Should be a D-175 diesel with shuttle clutch. Ours is D9771-1968.
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2nd on the D-175, from the injection pump and filter visible in the first photo, doesn't look like a GM/Detroit 2 stroke.
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Its AC engine, I wouldn't listen to a GM.

That trailer was beefed up a bit but he only did smooooth pavement.....

Would anyone know where to look for a serial number?


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Welcome to the site. I have found this to be THE site to be on for anything AC construction related. Congrats on your addition.
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Tractor number , if it's the same as an ag tractor, should be on the left side bell housing flange, right behind the middle of that lift cylinder.

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I yield to superior knowledge, all I saw was some green paint, and assumed it was a GM.Wink


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you can try this for parts
clck on the link and look around
  HTH

http://www.minnpar.com/manuals3.asp?FName=CRAWLER%20AND%20WHEEL%20DOZER%20MANUALS&SFName=ALLIS%20CHALMERS%20%2C%20FIATALLIS%20CRAWLER%20DOZER%20MANUALS





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Score!!

Thanks for the link. Parts on pdf.

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Welcome and a nice-looking HD3
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I replaced radiator cap with a factory.  It's much more substantial than what was on it.  Turned out the overflow was rusted shut.
It's all good now.



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Edited by NomoreJohnDeere - 13 Mar 2019 at 4:38pm
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I'll have to figure the picture thing out


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4ikNYK_rSE

three point picks it up

I put a new muffler on


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Think it should have an oval muffler to look right...


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probably, but they didn't have one and I'll only look past it


Here Ken is demo before the sale. story goes his dad was gifted this tractor by his employer for work well done, and was stored inside.

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Is that a 3 point hitch on the back of the first picture?
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i'm think'in….you are gonna have some fun! that's a good looker!
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Originally posted by kblackav8or kblackav8or wrote:

Is that a 3 point hitch on the back of the first picture?


Yes it is
check out the video a couple posts up
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would anybody know what fuel filters I need for my HD3?
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From the H3 parts book on Minnpar's site:

For a diesel, cartridge type filters.

1 each AC # 4048796 (Wix 33101)

1 each AC # 4048789 (Wix 33102)

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Thanks Jim
One has the spring on the top, other is at the bottom.
I'm making some progress getting the rust cleaned out.  Won't be long and I'll be putting it back together.




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funny,
I was JUST making a Filter cross over list
for my i-60 Diesel Backhoe (175 4cyl Buda)

here it is;

Replacement Fuel filters for: AC 4048789

Brand                     Model
 WIX                           33102
NAPA                           3102
Fleet Guard               FF148
BALDWIN                  PF947
FLEETGUARD           FF148
LUBER-FINER          L3564F

Replacement Fuel filters for: AC 4048796

Brand                     Model
 WIX                           33101
NAPA                           3101
Fleet Guard               FF248
BALDWIN                  PF946
FLEETGUARD           FF248
LUBER-FINER          G22077
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That's a great list.  Thanks for posting.

I just put my tank back on after electrolysis.  With new filters and hose.
Hadn't started since mid summer.  I cranked on it two
 times for long enough the cables got warm, it was upper thirties out.
I decided to check the preheat to see if it worked by pointing a digital thermometer at it while I held the switch.  Success!
Anybody know how long is too long to hold the power on to the preheat?
How hot should it get?



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If its an air horn preheater, kinda looks like a big spark plug, then Its turn the switch on for about a minute or 2.  any longer than that, and it might draw the battery down too much...Cry
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Good helpers are hard to find

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YOU GET HELP????

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Well Jerbob sometimes a fella is just better off to fetch tools......

I  was wondering about operating rpm with this shuttle machine.  Can I run it half throttle when not working hard?  Can I run it all rpms from idle to full blast to suit the task?

Was wondering if the shuttle needed a certain pressure or rpm to not slip etc.

Caught on FIRE!!!!
Yep, doing some welding.  I placed some expanded metal on the floor boards and ran a bead on the pedal surfaces for traction as the sheet metal was too slick when wet.
I scrumpled tin foil in all the cracks leading down to the belly pan as I have spilled a couple gallons of diesel down there when doing my tank electrolysis and filter replacement so I was a bit on edge about it.  I got too close to a hydraulic line it flamed up.
I was 8 feet from a water hose and had it hooked up in a few seconds and I know not to use water on a greasy fire but what else I got so splash and out it went.  My heart was pounding and I cussed myself good.  I'll hold off on the other floor board until I get a fire extinguisher.

 
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