Allis Chalmers D17 Specs,Weight, Price & Review ❤️

Allis Chalmers D17 Specs,Weight, Price & Review

In this post, I have gathered all of the information on the Allis Chalmers D17 Specs from the (official site), including  Allis Chalmers D17 features, weight, price, and dimensions.

Allis Chalmers D17

Allis Chalmers D17 Overview

The D17 is a 2WD row-crop tractor from the Allis Chalmers lineup. From 1957 until 1967, Allis Chalmers produced this tractor in West Allis, Wisconsin, in the United States.

The 3.7 L four-cylinder gasoline engine or the 4.3 L diesel engine, along with a partial power shift transmission with 8 forward and 2 backward gears, are the two available engines for the Allis Chalmers D17.

The Allis Chalmers D17 comes with an open operator station, manual or power (optional) steering, and a fuel tank that holds either 84.4 litres (22.3 US gal, 18.6 Imp. gal) for an LP-gas version or 72.0 litres (19 US gal, 15.8 Imp. gal) for a gasoline/diesel version.

Allis Chalmers D17 Price

Price: $5,750 · $6,0000

Allis Chalmers D17 Horsepower

 Horsepower: 63 hp 47.0 kW

Allis Chalmers D17 Weight

Operating Weight: 4,670 lbs

Allis Chalmers D17 Specification

Allis Chalmers D17 Production

Manufacturer: Allis Chalmers
Type: Row-Crop tractor
Factory: West Allis, Wisconsin, USA
Total built: 84,914 (total)
Original price: $5,400 (1967 )

Allis Chalmers D17 Power

Belt power (max): 52.70 hp
39.3 kW
Belt fuel use (max): 4.5 gal/hour
17.0 l/hour
Max power: 48.64 hp
36.3 kW
Max pull: 7,061 lbs
3202 kg

Allis Chalmers D17 Engine Detail

Displacement: 226 ci
3.7 L
Bore/Stroke: 4.00×4.50 inches
102 x 114 mm
Power: 63 hp
47.0 kW
Compression: 7.25:1
Rated RPM: 1650
Firing order: 1-2-4-3
Starter volts: 12
Coolant capacity: 14.5 qts
13.7 L
Sparkplug gap: 0.025 inches
0.635 mm
Point gap: 0.022 inches
0.559 mm
Intake valve clearance: 0.013 inches
0.330 mm hot
Exhaust valve clearance: 0.013 inches
0.330 mm hot

Allis Chalmers D17 Mechanical

Chassis: 4×2 2WD
Steering: manual
Cab: Open operator station.
Transmission: 8-speed partial power shift

Allis Chalmers D17 Transmission

Transmission: Power-Director
Type: partial power shift
Gears: 8 forward and 2 reverse

Allis Chalmers D17 Capacity

Fuel: 19 gal
71.9 L
Hydraulic system: 9.75 gal
36.9 L

Allis Chalmers D17 Hydraulics

Type: open center
Capacity: 9.75 gal
36.9 L
Pressure: 2000 psi
137.9 bar (Series IV)
Valves: 1
Pump flow: 1.5 gpm
5.7 lpm (Traction-Booster)
Total flow: 10.5 gpm
39.7 lpm (main pump Series IV)

Allis Chalmers D17 Tractor hitch

Rear Type: II*
Type: Snap-Coupler

Allis Chalmers D17 Power Take-off (PTO)

Rear PTO: live
Rear RPM: 540

Allis Chalmers D17 Serial Numbers

1957: 1001 (Series I)
1958: 4300 (Series I)
1959: 16500 (Series I)
1960: 28200 (Series I)
Final: 31625 (Series I)
1960: 32001 (Series II)
1961: 33100 (Series II)
1962: 38070 (Series II)
Final: 41540 (Series II)
1962: 42001 (Series III)
1963: 65001 (Series III)
1964: 70611 (Series III)
Final: 72768 (Series III)
1964: 75001 (Series IV)
1965: 77090 (Series IV)
1966: 80533 (Series IV)
1967: 86061 (Series IV)
Final: 89213 (Series IV)

Allis Chalmers D17 Electrical

Ground: positive

Allis Chalmers D17 Dimensions

Gas Wheelbase: 93 inches
236 cm
Diesel Wheelbase: 95.75 inches
243 cm
Gas Length: 140 inches
355 cm
Diesel Length: 143 inches
363 cm
Width: 76.75 inches
194 cm
Height (hood): 62 inches
157 cm
Height (exhaust): 81 inches
205 cm
Operating weight: 4,670 lbs
2118 kg
Ballasted weight: 9,395 lbs
4261 kg
Front tread: 53 to 79 inches
134 to 200 cm
Rear tread: 58 to 92 inches
147 to 233 cm

Allis Chalmers D17 Tires

Ag front: 6.00-16
Ag rear: 13-28

Allis Chalmers D17 Video

Allis Chalmers D17 FAQs

How many Allis-Chalmers wd45 diesel were made?

In 1956, power steering was made available as an optional extra. Between the years 1953 and 1957, a total of 90,352 WD-45s were produced. Of those, 6,509 were diesels.

What is the most popular Allis-Chalmers tractor?

After making improvements to the Model W to make it more suitable for cultivating, Allis-Chalmers went on to design the WC. It was in 1932 that Allis-Chalmers was the company that first introduced the use of rubber tyres in agricultural settings. Building on that success, the Model WC went on to become the Allis-Chalmers tractor that sold the most units overall.

What year did Chalmers go out of business?

In the 1980s, the corporation was confronted with severe financial challenges and was had to dispose of a significant portion of its operational businesses. In 1999, Allis-Chalmers announced that it would no longer be in business. This came just under 140 years after E.P. Allis made his initial push into the industrial boom of Milwaukee.

Allis Chalmers D17 Final Word

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