Allis Chalmers D17

Allis Chalmers D17The Allis Chalmers D17 is a 2WD row-crop tractor from the D series. This tractor was manufactured by Allis Chalmers in West Allis, Wisconsin, USA from 1957 to 1967. The Allis Chalmers D17 is equipped with one of two engines: a 3.7 L four-cylinder gasoline engine or 4.3 L diesel engine and partial power shift transmission with 8 forward and 2 reverse gears.

The Allis Chalmers D17 is equipped with manual or power (option) steering, open operator station and 72.0 liters (19 US gal.; 15.8 Imp. gal) fuel tank for gasoline/diesel version or 84.4 liters (22.3 US gal, 18.6 Imp. gal) for LP-gas version.

The tractor could be equipped with the following engines:

  • Allis-Chalmers gasoline / LP-gas engine. It is a 3.7 L, 3,703 cm2, (226.0 cu·in) four-cylinder natural aspirated gasoline engine with 102.0 mm (4.02 in) of the cylinder bore and 114.0 mm (4.49 in) of the piston stroke. The compression ratio rating is 7.25:1 for gasoline version or 8.25:1 for LP-gas version. The gasoline version of this engine produced 63.9 PS (47.0 kW; 63.0 HP) at 1,650 rpm of output power.
  • Allis Chalmers diesel engine. It is a 4.3 L, 4,293 cm2, (262.0 cu·in) six-cylinder natural aspirated diesel engine. The cylinder bore is 90.0 mm (3.54 in) and the piston stroke is 111.0 mm (4.37 in). The compression ratio rating is 15.7:1. This engine produced 61.9 PS (45.5 kW; 61.0 HP) at 1,650 rpm of maximum output power.

Allis Chalmers D17 Specifications

General Specifications
ModelAllis Chalmers D17
Length Gasoline: 3,550 mm (139.8 in)
Diesel: 3,630 mm (143.0 in)
Width1,940 mm (76.4 in)
Height2,050 mm (80.7 in)
Wheelbase Gasoline: 2,360 mm (92.9 in)
Diesel: 2,430 mm (95.7 in)
Weight (operating)2,120 kg (4,675 lbs)
Fuel tank capacity Gasoline/diesel: 72.0 liters (19 US gal.; 15.8 Imp. gal)
LP-gas: 84.4 liters (22.3 US gal, 18.6 Imp. gal)
Cabin typeOpen operator station
Engine modelAllis-Chalmers
Engine typeFour-stroke, liquid-cooled, inline
Fuel typeGasoline
Displacement3.7 L, 3703 cm2, (226 cu·in)
Bore and stroke102.0 mm X 114.0 mm (4.02 in X 4.49 in)
Compression ratio 7.25:1
Horsepower63.9 PS (47.0 kW; 63 HP) at 1,650 rpm
Coolant capacity:13.7 L (14.5 US. qt, 12.1 Imp. qt.)
Engine modelAllis Chalmers
Engine typeFour-stroke, liquid-cooled, inline
Fuel typeDiesel
Displacement4.3 L, 4293 cm2, (262 cu·in)
Bore and stroke90.0 mm X 111.0 mm (3.54 in X 4.37 in)
Compression ratio15.7:1
Horsepower61.9 PS (45.5 kW; 61 HP) at 1,650 rpm
Oil capacity:5.7 L (6 US. qt, 5 Imp. qt.)
Coolant capacity:15.1 L (16 US. qt, 13.3 Imp. qt.)
Transmission and chassis
Chassis4×2 2WD
Steering typeManual or power (option)
Transmission modelPower-Director
Transmission typePartial power shift
Gears8 forward and 2 reverse
Speed Forward: 19.0 kmh (11.8 mph) Reverse: 4.1 (2.5 mph)
Front tiresAg: 6.00-16
Rear tiresAg: 13-28, 14.9-28
Three-Point Hitch
Control type
Lift capacity (at ends)
PTO (Power take-off shaft)
Rear PTO typeLive
Rear PTO speed540 rpm
Hydraulic system
Hydraulic typeOpen center
Hydraulic capacity36.9 L (38.99 US. qt, 32.47 Imp. qt.)
Pressure2000 psi (137.9 bar)
Total flow10.5 gpm (39.7 lpm)
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1 Comment

  1. I have a D 17 Allis charmers tractor, which I am selling and was ask if it is a series one. I have done the research and do not see where a D 17 has a series one or two like some of the other tractor’s. Would appreciate your imput

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