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WD Front fix-up
"When threads in the bolster on the front-end of our Allis Chalmers WD tractor got bad, and the bolts kept coming loose, we had to figure out a way to fix it," says Anthony E. Griesman, Spalding, Neb.
"We used a 3/4 -in. thick steel plate on front and two side plates made from -in. thick steel. The first step is to bolt the sides on flush with the front of the bolster. Then I welded on the 20-in. wide front plate, welding it along the 13-in. sides. A hole was left in the front of the plate for a crank," says Griesman.


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1985 - Volume #9, Issue #4