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1994-95 Deutz Allis 1918 parts?

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Bought a 1918 with 417 hours, great condition. I'm going to probably need deck belt, pto belts, hydro filter and maybe an air cleaner. Any idea how to match that up with Partstree? I've gotten all my Sunstar parts from Partstree but have no idea how, what to cross for the deutz? Agco Allis..? I should have the tractor by next week so I'll have more info but I wanted to be ready with some parts. Original owner said he didn't think the belts or the hydro had ever been changed.

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If you got the mfg. No. You can download the parts manual. They should be same number as simplicity. I believe Allis started using Simplicity numbers after the 300 - 400 series.

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