Allis Chalmers 7040

Allis Chalmers 7040 tractor photo
1975 - 1977
7000 Series
Row-Crop tractor
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*Estimated engine power for comparison only.
ManufacturerAllis Chalmers
Row-Crop tractor
Built in West Allis, Wisconsin, USA
Original price$24,550
Allis Chalmers 7040 Engine
Allis Chalmers 7.0L 6-cyl diesel
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Allis Chalmers 7040 Transmissions
20-speed partial power shift
12-speed partial power shift
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Allis Chalmers 7040 Power
Drawbar (claimed)117 hp
87.2 kW
PTO (claimed)136 hp
101.4 kW
Drawbar (tested)114.34 hp
85.3 kW
PTO (tested)136.49 hp
101.8 kW
Performance test details ...
Two-wheel drive
Differential lockpower standard
Steeringhydrostatic power
Differential hydraulic wet disc brakes
Acousta cab standard with heater, air-conditioning optional. Optional radio and 8-track tape player. Four-post ROPS canopy optional.
Fuel51 gal
193.0 L
 13 gal (optional tank)
49.2 L
Hydraulic system24.1 gal
91.2 L
Typeclosed center
Capacity24.1 gal
91.2 L
Valves2 or 3
Pump flow22 gpm
83.3 lpm
Total flow45 gpm
170.3 lpm
Tractor hitch
Rear TypeIII/II
Power Take-off (PTO)
Rear PTOindependent
Rear RPM540/1000
 1000 (optional)
Dimensions & Tires
Wheelbase106 inches
269 cm
Weight11,700 lbs
5307 kg
Front tire11.00-16
Rear tire18.4-38
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7040 Serial Numbers
Location:Above PTO shield

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Charging systemalternator
Battery volts12
7040 references literature
Loaders - picking up where the others leave off published in 1979, by Allis Chalmers
7040/7060/7080 - The Rising Power in Farming published in 1976, by Allis Chalmers
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