What are some tips for finding a local Allis-Chalmers dealership?


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To find a local Allis-Chalmers dealership, go to the Dealer Locator page at AllisChalmersLawn.com as of 2015. A Search Again field is on the left side of the page. Enter the ZIP code of the dealership location you want, and click Go. The website produces names, addresses and phone numbers for dealerships in or close to the ZIP code you entered. The website displays dealerships and their distances from the ZIP code. For directions, click the Directions From button.

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The advanced search feature under the ZIP code field allows you to search by country, street address, city and state, or ZIP code. You can print the list of Allis-Chalmers dealerships for each ZIP code you enter by clicking the Print Dealer Locations button at the end of the list.

In 1847 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, The Reliance Works began producing portable mills, French burr millstones, and water and shafting wheels. Edward P. Allis & Company purchased the company in 1861, and by 1869, Allis had branched off into steam power and developed its first steam engine. The Edward P. Allis Co., Gates Iron Works, and Fraser and Chalmers Company merged in 1901, creating Allis-Chalmers. In 1914, Allis-Chalmers constructed its first farm tractor, diversifying its product lines. Financial setbacks in the 1980s led to the company's manufacturing business and offices closing by 1999; however, Briggs & Stratton Power Products, LLC introduced two new lawn tractors that restored the Allis-Chalmers name to the garden and lawn industry in 2008.

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