1947 Adams Motor Grader


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1947 Adams Motor Grader

Mike I am presently restoring a 1947 Adams Motor Grader & trying to source the OEM paint colour which I believe was a shade of orange. I also have to replace the tires & wonder what the origional sizes were & tread types. thanx in advance. Mike
glenn mcandrew i would be happy to take picture of my old original 440 adams and e mail it to you.
Mike That would be great Glenn. What year is your 440? I don't think they started to build them until 1953. Is it an orange colour? We are restoring our unit as a surprise 50th Anniversary present for our owner & founder & are having a hard time coming up with the paint code. He often described it as an awful shade of orange. Any help would be appreciated. Thanx Mike
dean bartsch I have an adams model 201 I don't know the year yet. I lost the books on it but it is yellow and has I believe a u4 motor. I am looking to restore as well but for purpose's of using it as a grader. I like the idea of a belt drive. I need info on the motor and will post again when I find the year ect.
rayman as I remember them, they were a muddy brown orange, more pumpkin than anything. Go thru General's listings, they seem to have quite a few for parts.
MICHAEL OWENS WOULD ANY ONE HAVE INFORMATION ON WHAT WE THINK IS A 1955 ADAMS 440 MOTOR GRADER , WE NEED TO KNOW WHAT THE WEIGHT , LENGTH , & HEIGHT OF THE GRADER MIGHT BE ? WE HAVE BOUGHT THE GRADER OUT OF STATE AND NEED ANY INFORMATION THAT MIGHT BE OUT THERE , WE CAN NOT FIND ANY INFORMATION ON THIS GRADER ON THE WEB AT ALL, THANKS TO ALL.
Eric Hey i have two 201's and one runs and the other i have been using as a parts tractor do you have any pics? i could get some for you. Also do you have any info at all? capiano@msn.com
Ramond hey I have what I think is a adams 201 it has a 4 cylender gas motor and I would like to posibly rebuild the motor on it but I have no info as of yet as were to get parts if there even avalable I also want to get it running with the intention of using it to blade roads around my comunity any help any would be verry helpful
thanks raymond

Bertie Hunsinger I have an Adams scarifier model # 23, serial # SC1016 I am try to find info on. Any help would be appreciated. it has a GM diesel engine and is grading roads now.
Joe Jones I have just acuired a Adams motor grader SER# 3780 with IHC motor . It has a modle 14 scarfer .I am wondering the age/yr built .Can anyone help me out?
Glenn Hall I also have an adams 201 grader with some manuals. Would be glade to share information.Also would like to talk to Eric about a part I need. Glenn
GarryL I also have an Adams 201. The original color was a pumpkin orange, although I have since repainted it yellow.It has an IU-4 International gas engine in it. The Farmall model H tractor & the McCormick W4 as well as a few other farm tractors used the same U-4 engine. If required, I could probably find an old orange paint chip from this machine and mail it.


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