Allis Chalmers Model D10

Allis Chalmers introduced their Model D10 farming/agriculture tractor in 1959. The D10 was produced for eight years, with a total of about 9,100 being manufactured. The D10 was a two-wheel drive tractor with a four-speed sliding gear transmission. At the D10’s start, it produced about 24HP. After three series updates, however, the horsepower had been increased to 31HP.

Allis Chalmers’ D10 had a wheelbase of 78.75 inches, and a weight of 2900lbs. The engine was an Allis original, and was run on gasoline. It was a liquid-cooled four-cylinder engine that, in its initial production year, had a maximum PTO power of 28.5hp, a maximum Drawbar power of 25.7hp, and a maximum Drawbar pull of 2,409lbs. After a Series upgrade, the Nebraska Tractor Test was completed in 1962 and the max PTO power had increased to 33.5hp, and the max Drawbar power had increased to 28.8hp.

The Allis Chalmers D10 was successful, however by the late 1960s, farmers were beginning to flock to the more powerful diesel-run tractors. Allis saw this trend, but could not compete at the price point that the customers were wanting.

The serial numbers for D10s are located on the Torque Housing, and correspond with the production year as follows:

1959: 1001-1949 | 1960: 1950-2800 | 1961: 2801-4510 | 1962: 4511-6800 | 1963: 6801-7674 | 1964: 7675-9203 | 1965: 9204-9465 | 1966: 9486-9794 | 1967: 9795+

Allis Chalmers D10 Tractors And Parts

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  1. Roger McGregor on 06.06.2010

    My Dad has a 1961 D-10. Does anyone know where I can get information on the correct paint scheme for this tractor? I think they were all Persian orange and then at some point the cream color was added. Any info would be helpful.

    Thanks

    Roger McGregor

  2. admin on 06.18.2010

    To my knowledge, they were all Persian Orange with the cream color, up to the 7000 series.

  3. ALLEN JONES on 06.23.2010

    I HAVE A 1959 D-10 WITH A SERIAL # 1029 EARLY MODEL W/ A CAM DRIVEN HYDRAULIC PUMP. THE HOLD POSITION VALVE INTERNAL PIN IS BROKEN AND THE RAMS ARE STUCK IN THE UPWARD POSITION,
    THE TRACTOR IS USELESS WITHOUT EITHER ANOTHER HOLD POSITION VALVE OR MAYBE A MACHINIST CAN CREATE A NEW PIN. DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE THIS RARE HPV CAN BE FOUND OR SOMEONE TO REBUILD IT?
    HELPLESS IN SEAGROVE.

  4. ALLEN JONES on 09.10.2010

    Where could I get a snap coupler chisel plow and a rear cultivator for a d-10 AC?

  5. Gail on 01.28.2011

    I have a 1963 Allis Chalmers D10 ~ high crop. It runs and is in fair/good condition.

    I was wondering if anyone could tell me what this tractor approx. value of this tractor.

  6. Gail on 01.29.2011

    I have a 1962 or 63 Allis Chalmers D10 ~ high crop. It runs and is in good condition. The serial # on the tractor is AM 4617-3.

    I would appreciate it if someone could give me a little info on this tractor as well as the value?

  7. George Yancey on 02.26.2011

    I am looking for a hood for my 1963 Allis Chambers D10. Please E-Mail if you know the where abouts!!!!!

  8. Teresa Smith on 03.03.2011

    I have a 1953 D10, does not run, has a Woods belly mower on it. My father was an Aliis Chalmers dealer years ago. I have some allis chalmers parts plus lots of manuals. Would like to sell

  9. beebe on 04.20.2011

    Just purchased a D-10.. kind of rough, but runs real good. Anyone interested, contact by e-mail, way down yonder close to New Orleans.

  10. Sy Berezni on 06.19.2011

    I have a series II D-10 allis and need a hydraulic pump or part number
    236081 (PLATE GEAR TRACTION BOOSTER PUMP ).

    Any help in locating this part would be appreciated. Does anyone know of someone who could cast / machine this part ?

    Thanks, Sy 218-568-5533

  11. Mike Dunica on 06.27.2011

    Hello Teresa Smith, I would be interested in some of the parts that you have. Please send me an email of what you have. Thanks, Mike.

  12. Jim Monheim on 08.15.2011

    My dad has a 1969 Allis Chalmer D10, he is looking for the power steering assist cylinder any ideas where we might find one

  13. Dale on 10.02.2013

    Looking for cultivators for a D10 and D12 Allis Chalmers tractors. Call 256-374-6415 if you have one for sale. Also looking for a intake/exhaust manifold for D12.

    Thanks

  14. A. Green on 09.19.2014

    Does anyone know what a 1966 Deutz tractor would approximately be worth? It has some rebuilt on it. 120 or 80 hp. 2 wheel dr.

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