Allis-Chalmers Tractors owner’s, service and maintenance manuals, error codes list, DTC, spare parts manuals & catalogues, wiring diagrams, schematics free download PDF
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Allis-Chalmers background information
In 1901, the Edward P. Allis Co., which made steam engines and mill equipment, merged with the Fraser & Chalmers Co., which made ore mining and milling equipment, with the Gates Iron Works, which made crushing and grinding equipment, and with the Dickson Manufacturing Co., which made engines and compressors, to form the Allis-Chalmers Corporation. A pioneer in electric motors, turbines, mining equipment, and civil engineering, the new megacorp rose to prominence rapidly.
Otto Folke, a former general, took command of the firm in 1913. The new head of state was sold on the merits of the internal combustion engine over the more conventional steam technology. Accordingly, the business manufactured model 10/18s with a kerosene-powered, two-cylinder engine in 1914.
Although just 2700 tractors were manufactured then, by 1921, many had been sent to France for distribution by Mertens, Mottet & Cie under the Globe brand. The 18/30, a four-wheel tractor with a more conventional four-cylinder engine, was added to the lineup later.
Until 1923, Allis-Chalmers only sold roughly 300 tractors annually, but by 1930, annual production had increased to 2,300 units. In 1929, the 20/35 tractor, with its 7.6-liter four-cylinder engine capable of producing up to 45 horsepower, dominated the market.
Allis-Chalmers could restock its inventory by purchasing Monarch Tractor Corp and Advance-Rumely, the former of which specialized in constructing caterpillar tractors. Then, during the 1929 depression, Allis-Chalmers purchased United Tractor & Equipment Co., a group of Fordson wholesalers.
Around this time, people started hearing about the United tractor, which would eventually evolve into the U model with a four-speed transmission. Moreover, this model is distinguished by adding low-pressure pneumatic tires to a tractor.
Farmers, who are more used to metal wheels with lugs, are wary of the new technology. So the corporation holds tractor races with prominent drivers to show the advantages of pneumatic tires to the public. From 1948 through 1952, around 19 thousand Model U computers were mass-produced.
Yet, Caterpillar is not giving up on making tractors. The Model K’s drawbar can generate up to 35 horsepower from the engine’s 8.4 liter Allis-Chalmers displacement, while the belt can transfer up to 50.
A total of 9,500 of these tractors were manufactured between 1929 and 1943. The L tractor was another option among tracked versions; it came with either a 13.8-liter six-cylinder gasoline engine producing 92 hp or a 14.5-liter six-cylinder diesel engine producing 105 hp.
The 20/35 was discontinued in favor of the tractor A, which included a four-speed transmission, in 1936. It has 33–40 horsepower on the traction hook and 44–51 horsepower delivered through the belt.
Model B is available with a three-speed transmission, and the firm manufactures both. Harry Merritt, who oversaw the tractor division at Allis-Chalmers, was responsible for starting manufacturing of the device. When Merritt developed Model B, he anticipated its usefulness on smaller farms.
With a drawbar horsepower of up to 10, this 930-kilogram tiny tractor had a maximum of 14-horsepower transmission. Around 127,000 of these tractors had been manufactured by 1957, proving the model’s widespread popularity.
Production of RC and C models started in 1939. Over 89,000 of them were made. These tractors were available in various configurations, including those with metal wheels, pneumatic tires, three wheels, tilling capability, front axle track adjustment, and so on. Two different series, G and WD, were produced after World War II. With the WD-45 tractor, power steering is optional for the first time.
The corporation rebrands itself and its product line in the 1950s. The D line stands out among the new offerings. There are around 50 different models available, including gasoline, diesel, and liquefied gas-powered front-axle, standard, and row-crop tractors.
Both the D-19 and D-21 are robust tractors with a wide range of available implements. The business, known mostly for making little and lightweight tractors, can now compete successfully in the market for heavy-duty equipment thanks to these models. Based on the D-19 design, the business introduced the 190 tractors in 1964, which can produce up to 103 horsepower owing to its turbocharger.
Allis-Chalmers tractors, manufactured in the United States until the late 1970s, were discontinued due to the company’s partnerships with many foreign companies. The latest 6000 series are Renault tractors, whereas the lightweight 5000 series are built in Japan, Fiat’s Italian facilities, and even Romania.
Allis-Chalmers discontinued its tractor production with the debut of the 8000 series in 1982. However, due to financial troubles, the American firm has agreed with Klockner-Humboldt-Deutz, a large German producer of civil engineering machinery such as pumps, electric motors, turbines, compressors, and so on. Tractors formerly sold under the Allis-Chalmers brand are now marketed and sold under the Deutz-Allis name, and as of 1990, AGCO (Allis-Gleaner Corporation).