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FUEL TANK FOR 400 SERIES ALLIS

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I too have a 400 series (416H that I am NOT parting out) but just a word of advice. These tractors are not the easiest to find parts for BUT a trip to the local landfill may yield a gas tank from a dead tractor (probably a JD) that might fit in the compartment. Even if its a bit smaller, at least you'll be up and running. Finding an exact match will likely take an act of God. Then again, you may get lucky at the local Simplicity dealer. Ya never know!

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