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    Becky

    Quote Originally Posted by d4angelo View Post
    Nice disk Juiceman. I'll give you a hundred bucks for it...........
    Feeling generous today! Maybe a pallet of TP as well? Maybe I toss in a radiator cap too?
    I think you got to play in the dirt more this year than myself.
    I’m on the prowl for an 8’ Killefer this week. Help me, you big lug. JM

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    I'm always there for you my friend.

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    Default Funday playday

    Whats the story or make of plow on the back side of the d4c?would like a better picture.its always interesting seeing whats out side of the main topic.thanks

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    Rolleyes Allis Chalmers “L” drag disc

    It’s a finish disc with 26” smooth blades. Allis Chalmers model “L”. Pretty common disc out here on the west coast. This one is only 13’6” I believe. I usually pair it up with an AC ring roller, just to be color coordinated.
    I bought an AC HD6E to go with it as well. These discs pull fairly easy. To do heavier disking, I prefer a Towner stubble disc with 32” notched blades.
    The wheeled disk is an AC model K, used to be very popular when we still had an AC dealership here.

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    Juice

    Nice pics and equipment. I really like that last picture of the D4 with the cab. Harry Brandt found that up in the Paloose and it is about as nice as any tractor around.

    Tom
    BEST TRACKLAYERS ARE #1

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    Gee, whats the difference between the HD 6 E and B, is the E a 60's turbo AC engine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron View Post
    Gee, whats the difference between the HD 6 E and B, is the E a 60's turbo AC engine.
    E is long track frame.
    HD-6AG is the Cadillac; turbocharged, hydraulically boosted steering...
    The AG is what I really wanted.

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    These characters claim this one is 130hp. It could be I suppose:

    https://www.machinerytrader.com/list...halmers-hd11ag

    Did these have the double-reduction finals like the E JM?
    Sounds like quite a cool rig for ag work.

    Ah, my bad - that's an 11AG
    Cheers,
    Neil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    These characters claim this one is 130hp. It could be I suppose:

    https://www.machinerytrader.com/list...halmers-hd11ag

    Did these have the double-reduction finals like the E JM?
    Sounds like quite a cool rig for ag work.

    Ah, my bad - that's an 11AG
    I’m not sure Neil. I kind of think single reduction. My farmer friends always tell me to get the HD-11AG, way better than the HD-11B with the square hood. Maybe Tad can chime in. Myself, I have no further plans owning more ACs!

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    That HD11AG looks pretty good with the toolbar on it and looks like it would do D6/7 amount of work in the field
    Cheers,
    Neil.

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