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hydraulic lift system
for Allis-Chalmers
lawn and garden tractors

Now you can lift and lower implements, mounted on your Allis-Chalmers garden tractor, with hydraulic ease! Implement working height is accurately controlled. Control handle conveniently located near the driver’s seat. Allis-Chalmers hydraulic lift system replaces the regular hand lift control for mounted equipment. It operates whenever the engine is running. “Float” position helps tools follow ground contours evenly. System works with front, center or rear-mounted tools . . . easy to operate . . . completely contained within a compartment in the tractor. An optional right hand non-hydraulic lift lever is available for use when mounting two implements on the tractor at the same time.



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Box 512, Milwaukee, Wisconsin  53201

Hydraulic Lift System
900 to 1000 psi; two gpm; one quart capacity
Gear-type pump
Single-spool valve
Double-acting cylinder
Two independent float positions (one for rear and center-mounted implements; one for front-mounted implements)
No special hydraulic oil needed

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[Source:  Allis-Chalmers dealer sales flyer, date approximately 1964, courtesy of Ed England and Sam Ericson]



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