Antique Allis Chalmers Tractor: AC D15 Series II
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This tractor replaced the original D15 (later called a Series I) early in 1963. The engine had a larger bore and additional horsepower. Additional modifications were fender-mounted headlights, an oval muffler, taller fenders and bigger tires.
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richard wrote on Thursday, September 05, 2013 (PDT):I have a nice D-15 from ser nr. it has to serie II, it nice...no junk... I bought recently, really though I wanted one, I dont.. hehe... I even have a S-600 howse mowere deck and a mohawk push/pull blade..any one needing it let me know richard.
Wm. Leschensky wrote on Sunday, August 04, 2013 (PDT):Where is the hydraulic fluid gauge Where do you add hydraulic fluid
Tom wrote on Friday, July 05, 2013 (PDT):I have a AC D15 series 11 gas head needs replaced. Will an AM5481 head work with an AM5253 Head 160cid engine
Tom wrote on Friday, July 05, 2013 (PDT):I have a AC D15 series 11 gas head needs replaced. Will an AM5481 head work with an AM5253 Head 160cid engine
Kerry Morris wrote on Monday, January 23, 2012 (PST):I m nearing complete restorataion on a 1964, D-15 Series 11 Allis Chalmers. It was all there but in rough shape after recently retrieving it from my father-in-law. Ive rebuild everything on it and have returned it to its original condition in every respect. The project has been great fun even though I have invested more money than its probably worth. I grew up working with old ACs in Missouri as a kid so this project was a step back in time. Once done, the tractor should really be nice and show very well.
russell asher wrote on Tuesday, May 17, 2011 (PDT):allis chalmers d15 series 2 gas power crater eng. WHERE IS THE SERIAL # LOCATED
jim henry wrote on Sunday, April 17, 2011 (PDT):I have a D14/ the problem is the hand clutch will not stay in the high range position I have adjusted the linkages a few times but the problem remains //any ideas thanks
dan clark wrote on Wednesday, January 13, 2010 (PST):would like to buy D12 D10 or D15 SERIES 2 or 3 ingood condition or could be easily made into useable tractor
J.R. wrote on Monday, October 19, 2009 (PDT):I agree with J.B. Bailey and all others. I grew up on my grandpa s farm riding the old but powerful Allis. His 1966 D-15 Series II was my faveriote and still is to this day,along with his 1964 D-10 Series I. Both are still plowing the fields and still getting up hay today. I am the second owner. My grandpa gave me these tractors to keep the spirt alive. So I could past them on to my children.
Bill Vogel wrote on Tuesday, June 23, 2009 (PDT):Want to buy a D-15 with wide front for loader. Would trade a 1950 WD with or without Arts Way belly mower. Been trying to find a D-15 in Iowa for awhile. Several for sale on Tractorhouse in Michigan and Ohio I would buy in a minute but too far away to inspect and haul.
vince schiavitti wrote on Tuesday, January 27, 2009 (PST):I JUST BOUGHT A ALLIS D-15 HOW CAN I FIND OUT IF IT IS A SERIIES 1 OR 11 IT IS SUPPOSE TO BE A 1963 THANKS F0R ANY HELP
john huff wrote on Thursday, February 14, 2008 (PST):I own a d-15series11 with a allis loader .it is the greatest plowing snow with this old gal
J.B, Bailey wrote on Sunday, January 13, 2008 (PST):I own and use a D-15 series II almost every week. Grew up around Allis s . Don t think a better tractor has ever been built.
Rod Eldred wrote on Sunday, December 23, 2007 (PST):I currently have a 1967 D-15 Series II Which I m wanting to restore. The only thing that s holding me back are rear fenders. The tractor is all original and runs great. Please write me back if you have any leads. I would like to complete this project for my great uncle, from whom I bought it from, He bought it new, he s 90.
Ben wrote on Thursday, March 22, 2007 (PST):I m looking for a D-15 diesel in any shape. If you have one you are looking to sell, please write me back.
Dan wrote on Tuesday, September 12, 2006 (PDT):I currently have a working WD. Looking for a D15 II to replace the WD (so I can restore). Are the two tractors similar in physical size. Have not had much luck finding specs for the D15 II. i.e. weight, height, wheel base, width etc.
Vernon Keith wrote on Tuesday, June 20, 2006 (PDT):We presently own a 1963 AC D-15 Series 11 Tractor. it was purchased new and is in excellent running condition. Does anyone know what a reasonalbe asking price would be
Bill Riggs wrote on Thursday, May 18, 2006 (PDT):For sale 1963 D15 series ll ser.# 15-16454 w/5'heavy duty bush hog.Tractor is in perfect cond.and has lots of new parts.Can supply pictures.Call Bill at (270)683-0779 Owensboro,KY
Bill Riggs wrote on Monday, May 08, 2006 (PDT):I stated in my comments on wed. 2003 That my AC-d-15 series-11 was a 1967. I checked the serial no. and found it to be a 1963 model. This tractor is pristene and i love it.congratulations to all you d-15 lovers.
David Siders wrote on Monday, May 08, 2006 (PDT):i have a d 17 seris one wf gas with ps it is in good condition i would like to trade it for a d 14 or 15 i am in indiana please send email or call if u have one for sale or trade David
bill deo wrote on Saturday, April 29, 2006 (PDT):Got a crawler with the same engine. Need a none CRACKED head for it. Not refubishing traxivator, but still working on a small farm in Isle La Motte, VT.
John Boldrey wrote on Saturday, March 25, 2006 (PST):I am looking for a D15 Series 2 or D17 Series IV tractor with or without loader. I prefer a tractor in good condition, although I would also consider a fixer upper. I grew up on Allis equipment, and appreciate all help i locating a tractor.
P. Tegeler wrote on Thursday, March 23, 2006 (PST):Just inherited a D15 and would like to find a belly mower and a 3 pt. hitch for it. Any info would be wonderful! Happy Day! ;)
Ken Kucille wrote on Tuesday, March 21, 2006 (PST):I was just reading some comments on this website and came across someone who asked about changing their 1966 D15 Series ll to negative ground. Is this tractor a positive ground? I have a 1965 D15 Seriesll and would like to find out before I complete the restoration.
Gene Williams wrote on Friday, December 30, 2005 (PST):we pull tractors i came about a d15 seris II and decided to let my son pull it just so he could have somthing he has not been beat on the tractor yet that was 2years ago. We are currently restoring it.
SSWilliams wrote on Friday, December 09, 2005 (PST):I was wondering what kind of price I could get for a D-15 diesel Allis Chalmers, 4-cyl. I was told that they are pretty rare. It is 75 percent original and runs.
Joe Boston wrote on Thursday, October 06, 2005 (PDT):I have a 1965 Allis Chalmers D-15. It starts good and runs good. It has a blade for the back of it and a manure scoop for the front. I was wondering what it all would be worth.
Jim wrote on Wednesday, August 24, 2005 (PDT):I'm looking for a good running D-15. Please let me know if you know of any.
Zachary Barham wrote on Monday, July 25, 2005 (PDT):HI,im Zach Barham . Im 11 years old . My unceles brother is a farmer . He is very close to me . I help farm. He gave me a D15 . MAN/did you see my age . He has me runing farm tractors .Ilove allis challmers . I hope to bea farmer some day . But until then i say , thank you for all your hard work American ,and over see farmers , and i hope to join you some day .
Randy wrote on Saturday, April 30, 2005 (PDT):What is the hp on the D15 II?
Brian Pohlman wrote on Monday, February 14, 2005 (PST):We have a D-15 series 2 that my dad got very good deal on $400. and have only had to put in a new head and recor the radeator in the past 10 years. The 15 esaly can out run catle. and it shoots a flame out the stack when you chop stalks.
Ross Morton wrote on Saturday, December 25, 2004 (PST):I have a AC D15 series 11 gas with starter problem,any one know how to dismantle. Can't see any bolts to remove?please reply
phil brown wrote on Sunday, December 19, 2004 (PST):just wondering if anyone has some parts for a d15 diesel. i have a d15 series2 diesel hi crop. would consider selling of i cant find some sheet metal. this is a real rare piece. also have a d17 to sell.
Daniel Jurs wrote on Thursday, June 24, 2004 (PDT):I've got a 1965 D-15 which I really like using. I'm looking for a series IV D-17, WF. Know any for sale ?
Richard Umlauf wrote on Wednesday, June 02, 2004 (PDT):Have a AC D15 series ll in very good shape. Has a Kelly front loader bucket. Anyone know the rated HP for this tractor and also what it may be worth? Has real good rubber,starts and runs great.
rex s. wrote on Friday, March 19, 2004 (PST):does anyone know were to find a new radiator for the d-15 series II
Joe K. wrote on Monday, March 08, 2004 (PST):I bought a '66 AC D15 SeriesII in '97 when we built our home, for $4500. which was half of what the contractor wanted to do our lanscaping. We did all our own landscaping with it. I figure we got it for FREE. Anyone know how to convert it from positive to negative ground?
Larry McNeese wrote on Friday, March 05, 2004 (PST):I have two D15 Series II tractors in Colorado. One wide front-end and the other a single. The only time I have trouble starting these guys is when they are out of gas.
aaron benzing wrote on Saturday, February 28, 2004 (PST):d 15 is great we have one
WILL STREET wrote on Friday, February 27, 2004 (PST):HAVE A NICE RESTORED D15 SERIES II TRACTOR INDEED THERE WILL NO DISAPIONTMENTS WITH THIS ONE, NEW RUBBER CALL NOW BUY IT TODAY $5,500 1-251-454-0139
Bob wrote on Saturday, January 31, 2004 (PST):Spent days on the back of one of these, making hay, cleaning the barn, hauling wagons, cultivating corn. Wore out 3rd gear and almost wore out 2nd before it was sold.
James Phillips wrote on Wednesday, January 28, 2004 (PST):My family has a d14 d15 series 2 the d 14 has pulled 3 14's in 3rd gear hi range all its life till the 70's when my dad went to 100 horse tractors. My grampa bought both tractors new I have the d15 and my brother has the d14. we even have sales slips from Mitchels in Libertycenter Oh.
Stephen Harlow wrote on Thursday, October 30, 2003 (PST): I have a series 2 D15 gas. I had a D15 diesel raidator rebuilt/modifed to fit my D15 going to a 3 tube raidator solved the heating problem. Very nice enjoyable tractor
Bud Risner wrote on Friday, October 10, 2003 (PDT):We Have A D-15 Gas Tractor.We just re-built the engine and need a diegram or book that shows the govner linkage.The machine shop re-moved this assembly befor we looked at it.We would appreciate any help we can get. Thanks AC Collecters.
Bobby Whittenburg wrote on Sunday, June 15, 2003 (PDT): I was wondering what the average cost of A D15 series11 would be if I could find one?
Bill Riggs wrote on Wednesday, May 14, 2003 (PDT):I have a 1967 Allis Series ll That i am restoring. This is a mint tractor.Recently installed new clutch and flywheel,plus torque tube. Removed original rear wheels and installed plain disc with air. Just like new. Love it.
larry wrote on Monday, April 28, 2003 (PDT):I have a d15 series 2 diesel..it needs engine work,head and crank to be exact..anybody know where i cud get an engine,or wood anybody like it the way it is,rest of tract not bad condition
Charles Clark wrote on Monday, April 14, 2003 (PDT):Back in 1961 or 1962 I tried out a new D-14 with 3-14s and it did quite well. So well that in alfalfa sod it just picked the front end off the ground and kept going having to be steered with the brakes. That was in some pretty heavy ground. I could never get together on a price with that dealer, but in 1963 I bought a new D-15 ser II and what a tractor,we wore it out by working it to do work should have been with a lot larger tractor. After the ring and pinion went for the third time we bought a D 19 Diesel. Many years later a D-14 has become part of our family. Itis for sale now that we realy don't have a lot for it to do. My phone # is 989-842-5279 We live in the middle of Michigan. Charles Clark
David Carlson wrote on Sunday, March 23, 2003 (PST):does a D-14 have enough power to pull a 3-14 plow?
DARRYL KRAUSE wrote on Sunday, December 29, 2002 (PST):THIS TRACTOR IS BOB VANDERPLOEG'S FROM LYNDEN,WA. TAKEN AT THE THRESSING BEE IN LYNDEN,WA.BOB HAS A GREAT COLLECTION OF BEAUTIFUL RESTORED A.C. USED PARTS DEALER AND FORMER A.C. DEALER.GREAT PERSON WHO KNOW'S A.C.
Steve wrote on Monday, December 23, 2002 (PST):I have D15 series II. The pedistool that holds the rocker arm rod up is broken. There are four of these pedistools and the one closest to the radiator is broken. Does anybody know if you can still purchase these, if so where?
Brian P wrote on Friday, December 06, 2002 (PST):we have a D15 seris 2 that the govener is very responsiv and a MC flail choper. When we chop stoks at nigt you can see a Blue flame out of the exost.
Charles Parker wrote on Thursday, November 28, 2002 (PST):I have the D15 Seriews II that my dad had when he died in 1977. I found it and bought back it 2 years ago. The person who bought it after dads death did not take very good care of it. A lot of rust. I have the motor un-stuck and it runs good. The Air Cleaner is on the right side, it has a dry filter, it is rusted out and I am looking for one that is in good shape. Plans are to put the D15 back like new, as near as possible. I would appreciate any information.
JOHN BREITMEIER SR. wrote on Monday, November 18, 2002 (PST):My dad bought a D-15 new in 1965 and used/abused it for many years.We lived in an area of green and red,and the little AC was laughed at,until they saw her out-run any color her size.She'd pull 3-16s in clay ground,10/11"deep all day long at 5mpr.Wish pop would have never sold her.
VICTOR DELGADO wrote on Wednesday, February 20, 2002 (PST):My Grandfather was an Allis Chalmers man and had owned several before he bought this D15 series II in 1971. Approx 1 yr later he had a stroke and was unable to use it anymore.. It sat in the barn for 15 yrs never being moved. I bought it from him along with quite a few implements to go with it for a very small price. I "unstuck" the motor and did some minor repairs to get it in great running condition within a couple of weeks of purchasing it.. I still use it to this day about 7 yrs after buying it.. What a great tractor to own.. and the look on my grandfathers face the first time he heard it crank up after 15+ years is priceless!
TOM BOWLES wrote on Friday, August 24, 2001 (PDT):I have a 1966 AC.D15 SERIES 2.I need a good grill for it dose any one have one?
Aaron Faso wrote on Saturday, August 04, 2001 (PDT):My Dad has a series 2 d15 with 3 point, pto power adjust rears, cultivator bars and multiple adjust hydralics and a brand new fuel pump.We would like to know what this tractor is worth.
David Bennett wrote on Wednesday, July 25, 2001 (PDT):I live in Mississippi, and would like to find a flywheel for my D15 series II.
MARK wrote on Monday, May 14, 2001 (PDT):I HAVE A REALLY NICE D15 TYPE II OR III (I THINK III IF THERE IS SUCH A THING!) I WOULD LIKE TO SELL. IT LOOKS ALMOST AS GOOD AS THE PICTURE ABOVE. ASKING $4000.00 RUNS GREAT, STARTS EASY. (217)875-5184
Ron wrote on Saturday, March 24, 2001 (PST):I have a narrow front D-14 tractor with final drive extentions and a wc with after market hand clutch for live PTO,parts or tractors for sale.
Rhea Park wrote on Saturday, March 17, 2001 (PST):I AM LISTING THESE TRACTORS FOR A FRIEND. ELLIS BERGMANN PHONE 217-624-5301 CENTRAL ILLINOIS CA-WF-$3250 D14-WITH 6 FT WOODS BELLEY MOWER $4250 D15 WITH 3 POINT HITCH $4000.00 ALL ARE IN GOOD CONDITION.
Bill dittman wrote on Friday, November 24, 2000 (PST):MY GRANDFATHER BOUGHT A NEW D-15 SERIES 2 IN 1965 WITH 3POINT AND WIDE FRONT , PULLED A 4 ROW CORN PLANTER WITH HARROW ATTCH. ON IT ALSO HAD FULLY HYD. AC LOADER ON IT . THE DAY HE PASSED AWAY HE HAD JUST GOTTEN OFF THE D15 TO UNLOAD A WAGON LOAD OF EAR CORN AND SUFFERED A HEART ATTACK. WE KEPT THAT TRACTOR UNTIL 1980 , WISH I HAD IT BACK. VERY GOOD AC TRACTOR.
Cecil Isaac wrote on Thursday, October 26, 2000 (PDT):My partner has a D15 or a D15 series2. We had a look at the pictures and noticed that our D15 has the muffler on the left side of the engine. can anyone tell me what series this tractor is?
Ray Uson wrote on Monday, September 25, 2000 (PDT):Did any of the Allis Chalmers tractors have 3 point or a PTO?
Mike Johnson wrote on Sunday, September 24, 2000 (PDT):My grandfather bought a new D15 Series II around '63. I bought the tractor from his estate in '85. This year my father & son worked with me to restore the tractor with AC paint and decals. Recently, a problem has developed in the torque shaft area. The tractor has been broken down and I'm in need of shaft assembly parts. It's a challenging project but, thanks to the help of an Allis addicted mechanic maybe we'll make it with a some luck. If you know a D14 or D15 that is being parted, let me know. mikej1767 at aol.com -or- 615 443 8633.
Robert Joy wrote on Saturday, September 09, 2000 (PDT):I have a D-15 series II. We also have a 175 both are good tractors and are used around the still. Although the 175 is getting tired. My dad had these as long as i can remember and he passed away 2 years ago and in his memory we`ll keep them going. I personally love the D-15 she may be old but like timex says keeps on ticking.
Andrew Gubbels wrote on Thursday, May 25, 2000 (PDT):Does any know of any d15 series 2 diesels for sale. If so could you please let me know. Thanks a bunch.
phillip french wrote on Monday, April 24, 2000 (PDT):my frend herb has a AC d-15 series 2 diesel tractor I would like to know how many are made, and the value. thank yuo flip.
Ken bray wrote on Wednesday, March 29, 2000 (PST):My dad had a B, CA, and WD-45. We liked them all,are all gone. I would very much like to find a D-15 Series II-IV or a D-17 of the same Series. If anyone knows of one for sale please let me know.
Gary Bostic wrote on Saturday, February 19, 2000 (PST):I am looking for a D-17 with dual exterior hydralics reasonibly priced. Perferably within 200 miles of north-east Arkansas. Would consider gas but would prefer diesel.
bruce goss wrote on Monday, February 14, 2000 (PST):Does anyone have a drawing of what the 3pth lower pins and arms look like or an assembly for sale. My D15 II is #15001
Tom wrote on Saturday, January 15, 2000 (PST):I have model C for sall it has a Woods belly mower on it and everthing works I am asking $1000 for it or trade for some thing 501-474-8173 Tom
jim anderson wrote on Sunday, November 28, 1999 (PST):in 1963 my dad bought a D15 SERIES II with all the attachments.it was the first of many tractors he owned through the years and also my favorite.dad traded the D15 in the late 70`s. my affection for that tractor has lasted for all these years.i finally told myself "i had to have one". i searched for two years to find the right one. i finally found the one for me. a 1966 , 2200hr. 1 owner, like new D15 SERIES II. the best part was picking the tractor up and seeing how excited my 69 year old dad was, just like one 8 year old kid was in 1963.
Allen McIntosh wrote on Monday, November 15, 1999 (PST):4 years ago I found a D-15 Series II Industrial with a TS-500 Loader and Hoe. To my surprise it had a Deisel motor in it. The book said it was a Buda. During resteration I pulled the shuttel shift clutch pack out. I have a old manua that showes the procedure for rebuild and shiming the clutch pack. It can be shimmed and inspected on the D-15 through a side plate on the transmission. Contact me and I can scan the manual and send it to you If you would like. Any one out there have a starter for a d-15 deisel for sale, or starter drive.
jennifer harvey wrote on Sunday, November 14, 1999 (PST):I found my D-15 in North Idaho for sale at the end of someone's driveway. I bought it a week before starting a new relationship. Two and a half years later, the only thing my man and I argue about is if we ever get married and then divorce--who gets the tractor!oh,and we just bought a D-17 with loader arms and detachable backhoe...anybody know anything about this tractor's shuttle shift?.........symptom; barely wants to move forward or reverse when moving shuttle shift lever
Larry Anderson wrote on Thursday, June 03, 1999 (PDT):I fondly remember the day we took delivery of this D-15. I must have been 12 at the time. This tractor was "little brother to our "bigger" D-17. Dad and I would often head to a field and "double up" on the field work. I always remember the D-15 being able to outrun the D-17. D-17 was pulling a 3/16 plow, the D-15 would go a bit faster pulling a 3/14 plow. It also would easily run away from the D-17 in hi or low road gear. The hand clutch made it such an easy tractor to manuever. Wish I still had that tractor!!!
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