Allis Chalmers 210

Allis Chalmers 210The Allis Chalmers 210 (Two-Ten) is a 2WD row-crop tractor manufactured by Allis Chalmers in West Allis, Wisconsin, USA from 1970 to 1973. The Allis Chalmers 210 is equipped with a 7.0 L (426.0 cu·in) six-cylinder diesel engine and a sliding gear transmission with dry disc clutch and 8 forward and 2 reverse gears.

The Allis Chalmers Two-Ten row-crop tractor used the Allis Chalmers 3500 engine. It is a 7.0 L, 6,980 cm2, (426.0 cu·in) six-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine with 108.0 mm (4.25 in) of the cylinder bore and 127.0 mm (5 in) of the piston stroke. The compression ratio rating is 16.0:1. This engine produced 137.9 PS (101.4 kW; 136.0 HP) at 2,200 rpm of output power.

The Allis Chalmers 210 is equipped with hydrostatic power steering, disc type brakes, open operator station, or QCS Cab (optional beginning from 1972).

Allis Chalmers 210 Specifications

General Specifications
Model Allis Chalmers 210
Wheel base
Weight 5,635 kg (12,423 lbs)
Fuel tank capacity
Cabin type Open operator station or QCS Cab (optional from 1972)
Engine model Allis Chalmers 3500
Engine type Four-stroke, liquid-cooled, inline
Cylinders 6
Fuel type Diesel
Displacement 7.0 L, 6,980 cm2, (426.0 cu·in)
Bore and stroke 108.0 mm X 127.0 mm (4.25 in X 5 in)
Compression ratio 16.0:1
Horsepower 137.9 PS (101.4 kW; 136.0 HP) at 2,200 rpm
Starter Electric
Transmission and chassis
Chassis 4×2 2WD
Steering type Hydrostatic power
Brakes Disc type
Transmission model
Transmission type Sliding gear with dry disc clutch
Gears 8 forward and 2 reverse
Speed Forward: 26.0 kmh (16.2 mph) Reverse: 11.0 (6.8 mph)
Front tires Ag: 10.00-16
Rear tires Ag: 18.4-38
PTO (Power take-off shaft)
Rear PTO type
Rear PTO speed 1,000 rpm
Hydraulic system
Hydraulic type Open center