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Vacuum collector for Allis-Chalmers lawn and garden tractors

Allis-Chalmers vacuum collector picks up clippings, leaves and loose debris from your lawn, field or other ground areas. Attached to the 42" rotary mower and garden cart, it leaves your lawn cut and clean in a "once-over" operation.  As your mower cuts grass, a suction hose connected to the mower draws clippings, leaves and other materials into the canvas-covered cart.  Fully loaded the cart holds normal clippings from a half acre lawn, or about 26 bushels. The vacuum collector attaches to the rear power take-off and can be stopped or started independently. Attaches to cart and tractor in just minutes.

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Suction blower fan
Four blades, 11-inch diameter
3600 rpm max
Rear PTO driven
Clutch-controlled starting and stopping, independent
of tractor motion.
Suction hose wire reinforced, rubber covered, 7" diameter
Exhaust hose wire reinforced, rubber covered, 6" diameter
Cover for dump cart
Metal tube frame clips to side of cart
l0-oz, cotton duck cover, knapped on inside for dust
Pressure relief valve zippered nylon mesh
Length 37" 
Width 26"
Height from ground 44" 
Shipping weight 125 lbs.



Source:  Allis-Chalmers specification sheet, OPE-1019, Mar 67, courtesy of Del Allen



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