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Fiat allis HD-41 fans.

Discussion in 'Dozers' started by slagpot, Feb 21, 2010.

  1. Tracksoup71

    Tracksoup71 Member

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    I lived on a piece of property in Oregon where I worked on the property for the rent. My landlord brought an HD 41 home for me to run. That was the first cat I'd been on that size and she'd sure move some dirt! We were building a resvour on the property. He had an old dragline but it wouldn't make it big enough for him so he put me to work on that cat pushing material out of the bowl and layering it around the back side of the dam he'd already built. I had a blast on that thing.
     
  2. drini

    drini New Member

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    Does anyone know what a fiat allis 41b with 4800 hrs on it would be worth?, it fired right up after sitting 4 yrs, first dozer i ever operated and now i want it!!!, but need to know what its worth thanks for any help
     
  3. Tracksoup71

    Tracksoup71 Member

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    If you go on to machinerytrader.com they have one for sale with the details to give you an idea. Good luck.
     
  4. old-iron-habit

    old-iron-habit Senior Member

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    If you want to go see some 41s in person there is a large antique equipment show every year in Carthage, SC. He has two of them there with side-booms for train wreck clean-up on them. The show is in the fall. Plan on spending a day as the fellow whom owns the land has over a thousand restored pieces and many more are brought in for the show. My old mind just can not remember the name of the show but I'm sure one can goggle and figure it out.

    Edit, Just realized that the OP posted this a long time ago.
     
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  5. KMM4x4

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    In Russia still there are some copies of HD-41. The truth they already live the years.
     
  6. johan7

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    Fiat Allis HD 41 B.jpg FA HD 41 B (2).jpg

    Hello , found this HD 41 25 years ago in France , it is a push dozer , quite rare !
    They just did some track repair .

    Have a nice day , johan7
     
  7. JBlackwell

    JBlackwell Well-Known Member

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    Here is a 41A that has B series finals in it in Northeast, Texas. This is my wife's grandpa's. He has had it since the 80's.
     

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  8. KMM4x4

    KMM4x4 Active Member

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    The bulldozer not bad remained.